Print: Baxter CL 356 - Gleaners was a name given to the ‘poor’ people that would come into a corn field after it had been cut and collect or glean the left over corn, a common subject for many painters.
It is said it is after a picture by Shayer, Signed on the left, low down, "Published June 16th, 1856, by George Baxter, Proprietor & Patentee, London."
The print was produced from twelve blocks, and was originally sold at 1s. 6d.
Size (cm ht x w): 15 x 10.5 (print)
State: Mounted on old white card
Condition: Very good colours, light toning, only visible to the sky, around the edges from previous over mounting, priced accordingly
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