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George Earl painted two versions of this painting and exhibited them at the Royal Academy of Arts in 1876 and 1893. This version is the earlier and was painted in 1875. It presents us with a wonderful insight into the lives of wealthy Victorians as they depart from King's Cross Station for the season in Scotland. If you look closely you will see the hunting dogs, fishing tackle and other sporting paraphernalia necessary for the outdoor life.
oil on canvas
H 78 x W 183 cm