Oil on Canvas, artist signed SOLD
Description: Best guess on this oil on canvas is probably British, but it also shows influence from the French Barbizon school leaning toward the Impressionist side. It features a landscape scene in the plein-air tradition with a cottage, geese in the water and a woman, with the scene rather dominated by that center tree. The painting is signed in red in the lower right corner, but I'm not sure of the name. My best guesses are P. Eaton, Prator, or the odd name Peaton. The painting is 19th century, probably late but could be as far back as mid 19th century.
Dimensions: unframed and measures about 12" x 9".
Condition: very good with no loss of paint or significant wear issues. The lady and the ducks appear a bit ghostly, which could be by design or some fading. Of course, all our sales are fully guaranteed.
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