River Landscape (after Claude Lorrain)
British (English) School
Oil painting on canvas, River Landscape (after Claude Lorrain), British (English) School, circa 1680. Extensive river landscape with bridge and town in distance, a water mill to the right, a weir in the centre. A group of herdsmen in left foreground, with their cattle and goats at the edge of a wood. A woman is dancing to a man playing a flute, with two listening figures. Two fishermen throw nets from a boat to the right.
Dudmaston collection; transferred to the National Trust by Lady Labouchere, 17th October 1983.
Makers and roles
British (English) School, artist after Claude Lorrain (Champagne 1600 – Rome 1682), artist