Monday, March 31, 2014


 E. Merrill: Cowport Gate, Berwick-upon-Tweed, Northumberland (1898)
 E. Van Monk: The Itinerant Picture Dealer (1837)
 Eden Upton Eddis: Study on Albury Heath
 Ellis William Roberts: A Female Nude Standing by a Fountain (1886)
 Francis John Wyburd: Baby's Corner
 Francis Sydney Muschamp: The Engagement Ring (1896)
 Frank William Warwick Topham: At the Well (1870)
George Fennel Robson: View of Bywell Castle, Northumberland

Sunday, March 30, 2014


Daniel Maclise: Noah's Sacrifice (1847-1853)
 Ernest Walbourn: A Walk along the River
 George Goodwin Kilburne: The London to York Stagecoach on a Cobbled Street (1905)
 Haynes King: Home
 Henry Holiday: First Meeting of Dante and Beatrice (1877)
 James Webb: Kew Bridge (1874)
 John Byam Liston Shaw: Silent Noon (1894)
 John Callcott Horsley: Father's Words
John Martin: Macbeth (1820)

Saturday, March 29, 2014

W is for William

 Sir William Allan: The Ballad of Old Robin Gray
 Sir William Orpen: The Mirror (1900)
 William McTaggart: Queen Mary's Well, Barncluith (1867)
 William Mouat Loudan: Elaine (1899)
 William Parrott: Windsor Castle from the Thames
 William Pringle: High Green, Wolverhampton
 William Richard Lethaby: Blois (1882)
 William Savage Cooper: Phantasy (1896)
William Shakespeare Burton: The Cavalier and the Puritan

Friday, March 28, 2014


There will be a lot more of these "pot-pourri" postings as my collection winds down...

 Simeon Solomon: The Toilette of a Roman Lady
 Stephen Pearce: The Arctic Council Planning a Search for Sir John Franklin
[song about Lord Franklin]
 Theodore Lane: Enthusiast (The Gouty Angler) (1828)
 Valentin Walter Bromley: The False Knight (1871)

 Vincent Clare: Still Life with a Basket of Flowers
 W. A. Franks: Manorbier Castle, South Wales
Wilder Darling: Grandmother's First Visit

Thursday, March 27, 2014

J is for John

 John Macallan Swan: Orpheus
 John Macallan Swan: The Prodigal Son (1888)
 John O'Connor: Ludgate, Evening (1887)
John Scarlett Davis: Interior of Amiens Cathedral (1841)
 John Seymour Lucas: After Culloden, Rebel Hunting (1884)
 John Seymour Lucas: The Interval (1905)
 John Stirling: Al-Sok - Market in Marocco (1869)
John Taylor Allerston: Wreck of the Seagull (1898)
John Wainwright: Flower-piece (1867)

Tuesday, March 25, 2014

Daniel Sherrin

Daniel Sherrin was born in Brentwood, Essex, England in 1868, the son of John Sherrin, R.I. who specialized in still life subjects. Daniel studied under his father and became a pupil of Benjamin Leader, the well known landscape artist. He lived for a while on the East Coast of England near Whitstable and although primarily a landscape artist, he also painted along the shores of Suffolk and Norfolk.

 A Surrey Landscape
 Angler's Eden
 Collecting Wood, Howth
 English Country Garden
 Gathering Kindling
 Highland Cattle in a Mountainous Loch Landscape
 Near Bettws-y-Coed
 Perthshire, North Aberfoyle
Landscape (title unknown)