A George III felt and textile picture after Robert Hills (1769-1844), circa 1810-20

A George III felt and textile picture after Robert Hills (1769-1844), circa 1810-20

£1,450
Reference

3190

Depicting a landscape centred with a stout three-rail fence, sheep to the left, cattle and a farm labourer to the right, original frame, glazed.

Robert Hills was an English artist and etcher who primarily painted rural scenes and farm animals. He often focused on a foreshortened or rear view of his subjects and the livestock in this felt picture exhibit characteristic naturalistic postures. For a comparison (in particular the brown cow in this image) see a sketch of cattle by Robert Hills in the National Gallery of Art, Washington, accession number 1988.20.18.

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Dimensions:

Height 41 cm / 16 14"
Width 54 cm / 21 12"