A 19th century painting by Scottish female artist Frances Stoddart (1809-1867) of a tree covered valley landscape with an old stone bridge over a flowing river, a man fishing below the rapids and another passing over the bridge on a white horse above. Also included is a watercolour by the same artist of Invercauld Bridge (otherwise known as ‘The Old Bridge’ on the River Dee near Aberdeen, with an original signature attached to the reverse. Oil on canvas in a gilded wooden frame: 78x 92cm Watercolour in a water gilded wooden frame: 31 x 38cm
Frances Stoddart (1809-1867), was a female artist of landscapes, waterscapes and architectural views living in Edinburgh. She painted many Scottish landscapes and was active as an artist from 1837-1867 She exhibited at the Royal Academy in London to which she sent works in 1837 and 1840, as well as at the academy in Berlin. She also featured at the Royal Scottish Academy, in Edinburgh, from 1838 to 1852, and from 1854 to 1867 and the Royal Glasgow Institute of Fine Arts.
The price includes both the oil painting and the watercolour.
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British and European paintings and sculpture from the 16th To 19th century