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Joseph Farquharson

(1846 -  1935 ) Wikipedia® : Joseph Farquharson
FARQUHARSON Joseph When The West With Evening Glows

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May 2, 2018
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Joseph Farquharson - When The West With Evening Glows

Joseph Farquharson - When The West With Evening Glows

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Joseph Farquharson RA (British, 1846-1935) When the West with evening glows signed and dated 'J. Farquharson 1910' (lower left) oil on canvas 25 x 36in (63.5 x 91.5cm) Footnotes Provenance Private collection, Wilmington, Delaware; Donated to the Episcopal Diocese of Delaware, around 1970. The present painting is another, slightly smaller, version of When the West with Evening Glows, exhibited at the Royal Academy in 1910 and presently in the collection of the Bristol Museum & Art Gallery. A smaller, preparatory work of this composition was sold at Sotheby's, London, on 17 May 2011. The present work may have been painted at the request of a patron who would have been unable to purchase the primary version from the walls of the Royal Academy. Farquharson often copied his own paintings in order to satisfy his clients, or to provide an original for engravers tasked with the reproduction of a successful composition. Prints of winter scenes by Farquharson were highly popular and were sold by the thousands by Frost and Reed, who printed over thirty different engravings after his works. 'There is not one of Farquharson's pastoral landscapes which is not treated from the contemplative or poetic point of view: the poetry of snow either in its suggestion of desolation, or of the endurance of peasantry life, or the exquisite beauty of rare tints in the sun or moon on deep snow surfaces and seen through leafless trees... and the varied voices with which Nature elevates us from the prosaic, the commonplace and the ugly in her countless moods.' (Archdeacon William Macdonald Sinclair, D.D., The Art of Joseph Farquharson, A.R.A.', Christmas edition of The Art Annual, 1913, pp. 1-2)
Joseph Farquharson -  Sheep Crossing A Stream

Joseph Farquharson - Sheep Crossing A Stream

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Joseph Farquharson (British, 1846-1935), Sheep crossing a stream, initialled 'J F' (lower right), oil on canvas laid down on board, 22.5 x 32.5cm. Provenance: A gift from the artist to the vendor's great grandfather, The Rev. James Skinner Mackenzie (1834-1918), Presbyterian Minister in Little Dunkeld for 37 years. Farquharson was a friend of the family and frequently stayed with Mackenzie at The Manse. Thence by descent to the current owner. Illustrated
Joseph Farquharson - The Foot Of The Highlandsthe Foot Of The Highlands

Joseph Farquharson - The Foot Of The Highlandsthe Foot Of The Highlands

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Description: Joseph Farquharson Edinburgh 1846 - Aboyne 1935 The Foot of the Highlands Oil/canvas, 45,5 x 71 cm, lo. le. sign. J. Farquharson, min. pigment loss. Notes: Scottish landscape a. animal painter. F. was given his first painting lessons at the Edinburgh academy, later he continued his studies in the studio of E.-A. Carolus-Duran in Paris. In 1915 he became member of the Royal Academy in London. To be able to work plein-air also in winter he had himself constructed a mobile heatable hut. He predilection for sheep in snow-covered Scottish landscapes earned him the nicknam of 'Frozen Mutton Farquharson'
Joseph Farquharson - Winter

Joseph Farquharson - Winter

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Joseph Farquharson RA (British, 1846-1935)
Winter signed 'J. Farquharson' (lower right); further inscribed and signed 'no. 1. Winter/Joseph Farquharson' on label (verso) oil on canvas 26 x 58.5 cm. (10 1/4 x 23 1/16 in.)
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Exhibited Possibly, London, Royal Academy, 1909, cat.no. 131
Joseph Farquharson - Sheep In Winter, Scotland

Joseph Farquharson - Sheep In Winter, Scotland

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Joseph Farquharson (Scottish, 1846-1935)
Sheep in Winter, Scotland
Signed "J. Farquharson" l.l., identified on a label from Walter Klinkhoff Gallery, Montreal, affixed to the frame, London canvas stamp on the reverse.
Oil on canvas, 18 x 12 in. (45.8 x 30.5 cm), framed.
Condition: Minor surface grime, slight rippling to canvas.
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