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TREES AT LOWTHER

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Reference Name LCNUG : 1979/31

A view along the River Lowther, a salmon stream near Penrith, Wales. The banks are lined with trees, and branches and rocks lie in the shallow water. A shepherd, wrapped in a red shawl, lies on the ground beneath a tree in the right foreground.

bevelled timber; gilded; glazed; mounted

Physical Dimensions:

  • picture height: 91 cms
  • picture width: 68 cms
  • frame height: 114 cms
  • frame width: 89 cms

Material: watercolour & paper

Condition: good

Quantity: 1

Completeness: complete

Period: 19th Century

Production Place: Westmorland, UK

Person:

artist: De Wint, Peter

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