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LARGE FINE Painting BY DAVID PAYNE 1843- 1894  of Horses  19th Century British

LARGE FINE Painting BY DAVID PAYNE 1843- 1894 of Horses 19th Century British

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Painting Ref 110240

 

(  Late 19th century  ) 


““Good/average condition , one small nick on the top left hand side 

Cleaned Ready to hang.

" frame is  average with some small pieces missing  ” see pictures”

 

Victorian Artist

 

Daivid Payne was born in Annan in the old county of Dumfriesshire, 

the son of a Mason. He was educated at Annan Academy

 (along with fellow artist William Ewart Lockhart).

He initially made his living as a house painter before becoming an artist.

Payne moved to Derby in 1869 and was recorded as living at several

places in the county of Derbyshire in the 1880s including 

Duffield and Barrow upon Trent. Payne was a student of George Turner 

"Derbyshire's John Constable") who also lived in Barrow upon Trent.

 Payne's carving of two anglers won the 1882 Derby Art Gallery medal

for industrial

art and the sculpture and medal have now been repurchased by the gallery.

Payne became a rural landscape and trompe-l'œil artist. 

He exhibited at the Royal Birmingham Society of Artists (R BSA),

the Nottingham Museum and Art Gallery, and was a member of the 

Royal Scottish Academy (RSA). He is regarded as one of the best of the

19th-century

Birmingham artists. In 1891, Queen Victoria visited Derby to lay the

foundation stone of the Derbyshire Royal Infirmary and to knight 

Sir Alfred Haslam. 

The scene in the market place where hundreds of people, soldiers, horses

and bunting turned out to meet Queen Victoria was captured by Payne. 

This painting is now in Derby Museum and Art Gallery, but he also has work

in his home town.

Payne married and had 14 children. He died in Sheffield in 1894. Today Payne

has paintings in several British institutions including Derby Museum,

the Defence Academy and Southampton City Art Gallery.

 

OIL PAINTING

Romantic Scene GOLD GILT FRAME

NEW COLLECTION Of RARE PIECES OF ENGLISH HISTORY

By David Payne  Similar $5,000 Premier Collection


Title:  In the meadows at Duffield  .. River at Derwent villa Duffield
 
Artist: David Payne 1843-1894
 
Signed : bottom left
 
Provenance: john Castagno art
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Medium : Oil painting on canvas
 
Condition: Good    
 
Country: British school
     
Frame size : 32 in x 21.5 in
( 81 cm x 54 cm)
 
Canvas size : 26" x 16"
 
With an estimate of £4000 - £6000 In a london West end Gallery

 

This is a Excellent example of the artist’s work ie it was one of his last paintings , hence the bargain price.

  • UK /MAINLAND COURIER 3-5 DAYS INCLUDING INSURANCE   £64

     

    EUROPE INTERNATIONALY TRACKED FROM £145

     

    WORLDWIDE FROM £175

     

£1,800.00Price

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