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Medium
oil on canvas
Measurements
105.0 × 181.9 cm
Inscription
inscribed in maroon paint l.l.: Keeley Halswelle / 1884.
Accession Number
p.312.4-1
Department
International Painting
Credit Line
National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne
Purchased, 1887
This digital record has been made available on NGV Collection Online through the generous support of Digitisation Champion Ms Carol Grigor through Metal Manufactures Limited
Gallery location
19th Century European Paintings Gallery
Level 2, NGV International
Subjects (general)
Agriculture Animals Landscapes
Subjects (specific)
domestic sheep (species) grasses (plants) rivers shade (light-related concept) trees
Provenance
Exhibited Royal Academy, London, 1885, no. 619; exhibited Grosvenor Gallery Intercolonial exhibition, Melbourne, 1887–88, no. 105; from where purchased, on the advice of G. F. Folingsby, for the NGV, 1887.

Exhibited Royal Academy, London, 1885, no. 619; Grosvenor Gallery Intercolonial exhibition, Melbourne, 1887–88, no. 105; Victorian Gold Jubilee Exhibition 1851–1901, Bendigo, 1901, no. 108.


Frame
Original, by W. A. Smith, London

Frame

Though there is no label on this frame it is recognisable as a companion to the W. A. Smith frame on Halsewelle’s Heart of the Coolins, Isle of Skye 1886, which was purchased the year after this painting.
Variations of this frame can be found on Peter Graham’s An Easterly Breeze (p.312.2-1) , and After the Massacre of Glencoe (p.315.1-1) along with William Hatherell The baliffs daughter of Islington (4308-3)

Framemaker
W. A. Smith

20 & 22 Mortimer Street, Regent Street, London W.
Date
c.1884
Materials

timber, composition, gold leaf