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    original victorian watercolour of riverscape with harvester by john macpherson

    Antique Original Victorian Watercolour of Riverscape with Harvester by John Macpherson
    • Antique Original Victorian Watercolour of Riverscape with Harvester by John Macpherson
    • Antique Original Victorian Watercolour of Riverscape with Harvester by John Macpherson
    • Antique Original Victorian Watercolour of Riverscape with Harvester by John Macpherson
    • Antique Original Victorian Watercolour of Riverscape with Harvester by John Macpherson
    • Antique Original Victorian Watercolour of Riverscape with Harvester by John Macpherson
    • Antique Original Victorian Watercolour of Riverscape with Harvester by John Macpherson
    • Antique Original Victorian Watercolour of Riverscape with Harvester by John Macpherson
    • Antique Original Victorian Watercolour of Riverscape with Harvester by John Macpherson
    • Antique Original Victorian Watercolour of Riverscape with Harvester by John Macpherson
    • Antique Original Victorian Watercolour of Riverscape with Harvester by John Macpherson
    • Antique Original Victorian Watercolour of Riverscape with Harvester by John Macpherson

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    Original Mounted, Framed & Glazed Victorian Watercolour of Riverscape with Harvester by John Macpherson (Scottish? Active 1858-84)

     
    An original watercolour, signed J Macpherson but un-dated, showing wooded river banks with rustic timber bridge and a single figure cutting hay with a scythe, in a plain, silver-gilt metal frame.
     
    Frame Size 51cm x 68.5cm (20" x 27") & Depth c2cm (0.75")
    Picture Size 35cm x 53cm (13.75" x 21")
     
    This picture has been mounted, framed & glazed relatively recently and and is in very good, clean & sound condition, ready to hang.
     
    J-610151/026

    Maker/Artist:
    John Macpherson
    Materials:
    Watercolour
    Width (cm):
    68.5
    Height (cm):
    51
    Depth (cm):
    2
    Price: £275.00

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    A Part of the Furniture

    Located in Northamptonshire, ‘A Part of the Furniture’ is the creation of Robert Lee, a Dealer from Brackley, with over 10 years experience trading in an ever-changing hand-picked selection of Antique, Period, Retro & Reproduction Furniture at affordable prices, together with Fine Art and many other exceptional Decorative Pieces, for example in Porcelain, Earthenware, Glass, Metalwork & Treen. Robert also collaborates with Jonathan Blakeney, who has been restoring antique furniture for over 30 years and is based near Silverstone. We welcome your enquiries and will always do our best to respond promptly, whether they concern items listed on antiques.co.uk or regarding our particular knowledge & skills, especially if you have pieces of furniture that require professional & sympathetic restoration or if you are seeking out specific items of furniture for your home or business.

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    2 Dovehouse Close
    Brackley
    Northamptonshire
    NN13 7HJ
    UNITED KINGDOM
    T: 07798554675
    E: robert.lee51@btinternet.com
    W: apartofthefurniture.net

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