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The Entrance Gates for the Daye House, Wilton Park, Wiltshire, with Edith Olivier (1872–1948), Seated on the Parapet of the Bridge

Photo credit: Salisbury & South Wiltshire Museum

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A quick oil sketch showing novelist Edith Olivier seated near the entrance gates for the Daye House, her home on the Wilton Estate.

The artist has used bright, unmixed colours to create a vibrant scene, where parts of the unprimed canvas still show through.

Salisbury & South Wiltshire Museum





oil on board


H 26 x W 36 cm

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bequeathed by Mrs Rosemary Olivier, 2002

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