James Thomas Linnell (Hampstead 1820 - Redhill 1905)

Study of Oak Trees Sold

Pastel on brown paper.
592 x 491 mm. (23 3/8 x 19 3/8 in.) [image]


A stylistically comparable, albeit much smaller, pastel drawing by James Thomas Linnell, a view from the road from Bettwys-y-Coed to Dolwyddeln in North Wales, was formerly in the collection of George Goyder. Also similar is another, smaller Welsh view in coloured chalks, depicting a view near Pen-y-Coed, which was formerly in the collections of Sir Bruce Ingram and Michael Ingram.

Mrs. G. Porter
Acquired from her by Agnew’s, London, in October 1967
Richard Kingzett, London, in 1968
Thence by descent until 2013.

James Thomas LINNELL

Study of Oak Trees


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