Warks Burn, Northumberland
Back to all artworks

Myles Birket Foster

Warks Burn, Northumberland

MacConnal-Mason Gallery

Period 1850-1900, 19th century

Origin England

Medium Pencil, Watercolor, Bodycolour o paper

Dimension 44.5 x 89.5 cm (17¹/₂ x 35¹/₄ inches)

Period: 1850-1900, 19th century

Origin: England

Medium: Pencil, Watercolor, Bodycolour o paper

Signature: Signed with monogram. Also signed, inscribed and numbered 
No.2 on a label attached to the backboard.

Dimension: 44.5 x 89.5 cm (17¹/₂ x 35¹/₄ inches)

Provenance: with Agnew's, Manchester;
Abraham Haworth, Hilston House, Bowden;
Thence by descent

Literature: The Art Journal, 1861, p.174;
J. Reynolds, Birket Foster, London, 1984, p.77

Exhibition: Probably London, The Royal Society of Painters in Watercolours, Summer Exhibition, 1861, no.7;
Manchester, Royal Jubilee Exhibition, 1887, no.1296;
Probably Nottingham Castle, Pictures of the British School in Oil and Watercolours, 1896, no.109

Discover the Gallery

MacConnal-Mason Gallery

English and European 19th and 20th Century Paintings of the Dutch Romantic, Modern British, Impressionist, Post-Impressionist, Sporting, Marine and Victorian Schools and Sculpture

An unhandled error has occurred. Reload 🗙