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Feeding the Chickens by C. Lauder
COLOR green/multi; frame, gold
DIMENSIONS 31" L x 27" H
ERA Antique: 19th century
MADE IN England
MADE OF oil on canvas; frame, wood
RETURNS Final Sale. This item is non-returnable.
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Why we love this
Oil on canvas painting of a girl feeding chickens by Charles James Lauder (b. 1841). Exhibited at the Royal Academy and Royal Society of Painters. Lauder was known for his Victorian landscapes. In 1874 he exhibited at the Royal Scottish Society with great success. Later that year he was inducted in Art Circle in Glasgow. Signed lower left with original frontal inscription.
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