Regency Period English Naive School folk art watercolour and pencil, early 19th
century c 1815. Unsigned.
Mounted under glass with gold slip and antique moulded maple veneered frame, conservation board to the back.
Sight: 13" x 9.75" ( 33cm x 25cm)
Frame: 17" x 14" (43cm x 35.5cm)
A wonderfully naive watercolour of a Regency gentleman, dressed in the height of fashion with his riding crop in one hand, a large key in the other. He stands
beside a rather idiosyncratic stable from which a saddled chestnut horse appears. Once again we see proportion and perspective in trouble, but the level of detailing of the clothes is
excellent. Quite charming.