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This is not an ordinary painting in a frame. It is on a piece of furniture, an elaborate craftsman-made screen. It was commissioned in 1895 by Alice Radcliffe, a wealthy art lover based in London. When she died her collection was inherited by Alice Dorothea Henderson, a Bath resident. Alice Dorothea Henderson left the screen to the Victoria Art Gallery in 1954, in one of the most important bequests ever made to Bath.
oil on panel
H 96.3 x W 35.5 cm
BATVG : M : 1954.173
bequeathed by Miss Alice Dorothea Henderson, 1954