[Pencil sketch of Thomas Gainsborough's painting "Landscape, with figures and cattle"]
|Main Creator:||Osborne, Walter F., (Walter Frederick), 1859-1903 artist.|
Shephard holding a crook with some cattle and sheep. He is drawing the attention of a milkmaid to the shadowed valley opposite, where a figure is seen approaching. The sun sets in the distance.
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[London] : [ca. 1899].
According to "Catalogue of the loan collections of pictures and drawings..." this painting by Thomas Gainsborough was lent by the Duke of Rutland.
Physical description: 1 drawing : pencil ; 20.4 x 11 cm..
Citations/References: Catalogue of the loan collection of pictures and drawings by J.M.W. Turner, R.A., and of a selection of pictures by some of his contemporaries / A.G. Temple, London, 1899, p. 138.
Attributed to Walter F. Osborne, (1859-1903), after an original painting by Thomas Gainsborough, (1727-1788).