John Lamont Brodie
4,000 - 6,000 GBP
Property removed from Fenton House to be sold on behalf of the 7th Earl of Durham
John Lamont Brodie
1818 - 1911
signed and dated J Lamont Brodie 1861 lower left
oil on canvas
Unframed: 64.5 by 122.5cm., 25½ by 48¼in.
Framed: 108 by 153.7cm., 42½ by 60½in
The picture has been lined which is providing a strong structural support. There is an opaque and dirty surface varnish. Under ultraviolet light there are scattered minor retouchings to the upper edge, two spots to the left in the sky, two spots to the figure lower left and and a spot to the oar. There are older retouchings to the figures.
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Possibly, The Royal Glasgow Institute of Fine Arts, 1863, no. 247, as Lord Ullin’s Daughter