Follower of Edward Lear and David Roberts - Topographical Watercolour
An exceptionally high quality topographical watercolour (location unknown at present) by a 19th-century painter. The identity of the artist is unidentified at present.
With clear influences from David Roberts and Edward Lear, the artist of this atmospheric desert landscape ingeniously draws beauty from the wasteland of the scene. A brilliant study of shadow and texture, the skill of this piece is evident in the contrasting use of watercolour as a medium to convey a dry landscape, beautifully manipulated to portray the arid scenery and a quiet, hazy atmosphere.
Artist Name: Unidentified at present
Approx Date: 19th Century
Paper Size: H 18 cm x W 25.5 cm
Mount Size: H 41 cm x W 51 cm
Medium: Watercolour on paper
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