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Pair Antique Oil Paintings Rustic Farm Scene After J Herring

CLICK HERE TO BUY THIS PAIR ANTIQUE OIL PAINTINGS RUSTIC FARM SCENE AFTER J HERRING ON CANONBURY ANTIQUES

Pair Antique Oil Paintings Rustic Farm Scene After J Herring

Pair Antique Oil Paintings Rustic Farm Scene After J Herring

– Pair antique Victorian oil paintings depicting farmyard scenes in the manner of J Herring
– Stunning pair with amazing gilt frames with round opening for paintings, really frames them well
– Just look at the quality of the painting, brushwork is incredibly fine and detailed
– Perfect pair ready to be hung and admired together
– Such a delightful rendition of a pastoral England of livestock and fowl
– John Frederic Herring was a painter, sign maker and coachman in Victorian England
– The work here is a copy and in the style of Herring
– He painted the 1848 ‘Pharoah’s Chariot Horses’
– Note if you’d like to view in our Herts showroom please contact us first as some of our goods are in storage but we can arrange for it to be ready for a viewing with slight advance warning
– Please let us know if you would like to view this piece in our Canonbury Antiques Herts showroom, just 25 minutes north of London
– Offered in great shape ready for home use right away
– We ship to every corner of the planet – please get in touch for a shipping quote
– All our measurements are of the widest and tallest dimension
Dimensions are in CM:
Width x Depth x Height
60 x 60
Dimensions are in inches:
Width x Depth x Height
24 x 24

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