Large 19th Century Pre-Raphaelite Scottish Girl Corn Field Portrait James ARCHER. Girl Holding A Sheaf Of Corn, 19th Century.
Fine large 19th Century Scottish portrait of a girl holding a sheaf of corn, oil on canvas by James Archer. Beautiful large scale example of the artists work depicting a young girl working the field during the harvest.
Exceptional detail and original condition. Some craquelure to the background.
Signed and presented in its original antique gilt frame. Measurements: 36" x 31.5" framed. Our gallery carefully selects its paintings based on their quality and importance. Surrey Fine Arts only sell original antique oil paintings. As well as our own expertise at Surrey Fine Arts many of our works of art are assessed and authenticated by leading UK and International specialists in their field.
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This item is in the category "Art\Paintings". The seller is "beckys_sarah" and is located in FARNBOROUGH, Hampshire. This item can be shipped to North, South, or Latin America, all countries in Europe, all countries in continental Asia, Australia.