Lot Number : 125

  • English School (19th century): Portrait of a Whitebred Shorthorn Heifer in Landscape setting, oil on canvas indistinctly signed, 61cm x 75cm
Notes:  the stretcher is inscribed 'J Thomas Ford Esq., Burton Pidsea' (East Yorkshire), there is a listing in Burton Pidsea's history '.....one of the larger houses certainly built on a new site was Bramhill House. Thomas Ford, farmer, mortgaged its site, Bramer Hill close, and other lands in 1844 for £3,000, and the house was evidently built soon afterwards
  • English School (19th century): Portrait of a Whitebred Shorthorn Heifer in Landscape setting, oil on canvas indistinctly signed, 61cm x 75cm
Notes:  the stretcher is inscribed 'J Thomas Ford Esq., Burton Pidsea' (East Yorkshire), there is a listing in Burton Pidsea's history '.....one of the larger houses certainly built on a new site was Bramhill House. Thomas Ford, farmer, mortgaged its site, Bramer Hill close, and other lands in 1844 for £3,000, and the house was evidently built soon afterwards
  • English School (19th century): Portrait of a Whitebred Shorthorn Heifer in Landscape setting, oil on canvas indistinctly signed, 61cm x 75cm
Notes:  the stretcher is inscribed 'J Thomas Ford Esq., Burton Pidsea' (East Yorkshire), there is a listing in Burton Pidsea's history '.....one of the larger houses certainly built on a new site was Bramhill House. Thomas Ford, farmer, mortgaged its site, Bramer Hill close, and other lands in 1844 for £3,000, and the house was evidently built soon afterwards
  • English School (19th century): Portrait of a Whitebred Shorthorn Heifer in Landscape setting, oil on canvas indistinctly signed, 61cm x 75cm
Notes:  the stretcher is inscribed 'J Thomas Ford Esq., Burton Pidsea' (East Yorkshire), there is a listing in Burton Pidsea's history '.....one of the larger houses certainly built on a new site was Bramhill House. Thomas Ford, farmer, mortgaged its site, Bramer Hill close, and other lands in 1844 for £3,000, and the house was evidently built soon afterwards
  • English School (19th century): Portrait of a Whitebred Shorthorn Heifer in Landscape setting, oil on canvas indistinctly signed, 61cm x 75cm
Notes:  the stretcher is inscribed 'J Thomas Ford Esq., Burton Pidsea' (East Yorkshire), there is a listing in Burton Pidsea's history '.....one of the larger houses certainly built on a new site was Bramhill House. Thomas Ford, farmer, mortgaged its site, Bramer Hill close, and other lands in 1844 for £3,000, and the house was evidently built soon afterwards

Description: English School (19th century): Portrait of a Whitebred Shorthorn Heifer in Landscape setting, oil on canvas indistinctly signed, 61cm x 75cm Notes: the stretcher is inscribed 'J Thomas Ford Esq., Burton Pidsea' (East Yorkshire), there is a listing in Burton Pidsea's history '.....one of the larger houses certainly built on a new site was Bramhill House. Thomas Ford, farmer, mortgaged its site, Bramer Hill close, and other lands in 1844 for £3,000, and the house was evidently built soon afterwards

Condition Report:

Very good condition - Ready to hang. Re-lined 20/30 years ago

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SOLD £1800

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Collect from The Vine Street Salerooms, Scarborough YO11 1XN.

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