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Off Greenwich by J.M. Carrick

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A typically fine and small oil painting on artists milled board by John Mulcaster Carrick.


Titled in pen and ink to the reverse 'Barges at Anchor off Greenwich 1878' and initialled on the stern board of the nearest barge J.M.C.78.


Within a period, probably original, gilt gesso frame.


o.s: 9.75 in x 7.75 in 

s.s: 5.75 in x 4 in 


Born in Carlisle in 1833 and trained by his chemist turned artist father Thomas Heathfield Carrick, the entire family had settled in London by 1839. Following study and exhibition at the British Institution he exhibited regularly at the R.A during the mid 1850s. Developing a style that came to be seen as 'Pre-Rafaelite' he was living and working in Cornwall by 1871 and with the Newlyn artists by 1883. He died at his London home, Chiswick, in 1896 aged 63. 


Item Code: 3057

£ 1750

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