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From the Family of Alexander Nasmyth

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A fine pair of Scottish landscape paintings most comfortably attributed to Patrick Nasmyth (1787-1831) Edinburgh and London. Both retaining old exhibition labels to their reverse, ‘No. 30 ….Scene in the Trossachs’, painted in oil on panel; the pendant painted on a panel prepared by ‘R. Davy, Colourman to Artsts’, ‘Patronized by Sir Thomas Lawrence etc., etc.,’

Finely framed within carved and gilded frames. 

o.s:31.25 in x 24.25 in s.s: 25 in x 18 in 

Patriarch of one of Scotland’s most accomplished families, Alexander Nasmyth is considered the founder of Scottish landscape painting. His immediate family included seven artists and one important engineer; James. From a young age, Alexander Nasmyth’s children were encouraged to assist in the artist’s studio, and it is known that they would sometimes paint cooperatively on the same piece.


Item Code: 4183

£ 12500

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