Print: Baxter - CL 367 - Signed on the ground, on the left, "Published Dec. 1, 1856, by G.  Baxter, Proprietor & Patentee, London". 

 

The subject matter means that it is often called "Gathering Roses."  It is taken from a picture by Edward Corbould,

 

This print was produced from ten blocks, and was originally sold at 1s. 6d.  In 1924 Courtney Lewis rated this print on a stamped mount, as this copy, as very rare

 

Date: 1856

 

Size (cm ht x w): 15.3 x 10.8 (print) 29.2 23.8 (frame)

 

State: On stamped mount as issued over mounted in cream in old gilt frame

 

Condition: Very good colours, clean mount, age related nicks and rubbing to frame

Summer Time - "Half light, half shade, she stood" – SM

SKU: 1513
£49.00Price

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