• A Waterfall in a Rocky Landscape -

    Signed lower right: P. NASMYTH
    Wtercolour and pencil heightened with white and gum arabic
    22.2 by 27.2cm., 8 by 10 inches

    This is a rare watercolour by this Scottish artist. The eldest son of the artist Alexander Nasmyth (1758-1840), he moved from Edinburgh to London in 1808 and exhibited at the Royal Academy from 1811. He worked more in oil but the free handling of the present work is typical of his style in watercolour.

    Sir Bruce Ingram (collector?s mark verso);
    Michael Ingram (collector?s mark verso)
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