A lovely watercolour study depicting light filtering through the branches of a large tree at the edge of a field by Edward Tayler, an unusual subject for this artist, best known as a painter of portrait miniatures and Victorian ladies. He was taught by his uncle, the watercolourist Frederick Tayler (1802-1889), and this study may date from this time. Now presented double mounted and in a swept gilt frame. I don`t think I`ve ever seen a landscape by Edward Tayler, apart from the backgrounds to figure paintings. I`m sure it would be of interest to collectors of his work, as well as being a delightful watercolour in its own right.In later life, he was a founding member and treasurer of the Royal Society of Miniature Painters. More info on our Murriarti website.
He exhibited widely including 116 times at the Royal Academy, and numerous times at the RBA, RI and the Walker gallery etc.
Condition Good -slight toning
Image size 9.5 x 8 inches
Overall size 16 x 14.5 inches
Provenance monogrammed lower right, signed verso
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