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Evening
National Museum Wales, Cardiff
Samuel William Reynolds after Wilson
Evening
Published 1 May 1824
Mezzotint on laid paper
288 x 383 mm
11 5/16 x 15 1/16 in.
NMW A 5997
E74B
Extensive landscape, with a group of figures on a high bank in the foreground. A couple can be seen dancing, a man is playing the flute, another man is seated on the grass and a woman holding a child is standing among them. There are trees on the left and right and a view of a long stretch of a river, with a bridge and mountains in the background seen against an evening sky.
Given by Major F. Treharne James, 1918
Lettered below the image with the title ('EVENING') and 'From a Picture in the possession of Frederick Perkins Esqr. | GEMS OF ART, Plate XII |' published May 1st 1824. GEMS OF ART PLATE XII. | London. Published May 1st. 1824, by W.B. Cooke, 9, Soho Square
[1] Upper left, pencil: M.M.
E73 Samuel William Reynolds after Wilson, Morning, The British Museum
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P177 Richard Wilson (1713/14-1782), River Mouth with Peasants Dancing (Mediterranean Coastal Landscape at Dusk), Bayerische Staatsgemäldesammlungen - Neue Pinakothek, Munich
P177A Richard Wilson (1713/14-1782), River Mouth with Peasants Dancing, Victoria & Albert Museum, London
P177F Richard Wilson (1713/14-1782), River Mouth with Peasants dancing ('Evening'), Private Collection
18.54
1918.3
A. Whitman, Samuel William Reynolds, 1903, p. 122, cat. 464, III
Some dirt at edges, otherwise in good condition.