'The Sailing Boat' By William Stephen Coleman

'The Sailing Boat' By William Stephen Coleman

WILLIAM STEPHEN COLEMAN (1829-1904)
'The Sailing Boat' By William Stephen Coleman

Date & Origin c. 1902, England
Dimensions
H
23.50 cm (9 inc)
W
35 cm (13 inc)
Description
Oil on canvas, within a swept gilt frame, signed and dated lower left, 1902.

Depicting two young girls sailing a boat on a small lily pond in a garden at a villa, against a landscape background of a coastal city. Possibly located on the Mediterranean Sea.
Literature
William Stephen Coleman (English, 1829-1904)

Book and magazine illustrator, providing the iconic 1893 image 'Goldfish' for Pears magazine; the Victoria & Albert Museum, and the Glasgow Museum possess his works.
Medium
Oil on Canvas
Signed / Inscribed
Signed William Stephen Coleman and dated 1902
Condition
Excellent
Stock Code 8294
P.O.A
Dimensions
H
23.50 cm (9 inc)
W
35 cm (13 inc)
Description
Oil on canvas, within a swept gilt frame, signed and dated lower left, 1902.

Depicting two young girls sailing a boat on a small lily pond in a garden at a villa, against a landscape background of a coastal city. Possibly located on the Mediterranean Sea.
Stock Code 8294

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