'' The Raconteur ''
14 x 12.5 in (36 x 32 cm) framed approx
A very interesting oil on mahogany panel from the 19th century depicting a well dressed gentleman gesturing from a rostrum, by the sought after British artist Henry Gillard Glindoni. The work is very fine and unusual. Presented in its original gilt frame and ready to hang
British, 19th – 20th century, male.
Born 1852; died 1904 or 1913
Painter, watercolourist. Military subjects, genre scenes
Henry Gillard Glindoni was a member of the Royal Society of British Artists and an associate of the Royal Society of Painters in Watercolours. He exhibited in London and Liverpool and was well placed at the Royal Academy and the Suffolk Street Gallery. He was also well known as a painter of genre scenes and especially of military subjects. His works are sought after by English collectors
London: John Dee Performing an Experiment Before Elizabeth I
London: The Musician, Study of a Brown Horse, Dancing Couple
London: Drakes Mill, Marks Gate
Bournemouth: The Beggar, The Pipe and the Bottle
Kirklees: The Tiff
Sunderland: To Be or Not To Be; Signing the Marriage Contract
Walsall: The Bride of Lammermoor
Blackpool: Frost Fair 1684
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