Paintings by George Morland - 97
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This was offered on ebay in February 2003. It is attributed to Morland.

HERE IS A GEM,THIS IS A VERY EARLY OIL ON PANEL,I PERSONALLY THINK THIS IS GEORGE MORLAND,IVE CHECKED THIS OUT VERY CAREFULLY,IT JUST CANT BE FAULTED,THE CHILDREN ARE TYPICAL MORLAND THEIR HAIR THEIR STANCE EVERYTHING,EVEN THE LAMB AND THE SHEEP ARE RIGHT FOR THIS ARTIST,OVERALL ITS18"X 16" AND THE PANEL IS 12"X 9" AND APPEARS TO BE IN ITS ORIGINAL FRAME,, THIS IS UNSIGNED,LOOK AT THESE PHOTOS AND YOU DECIDE,BUT AS FAR AS THE AGE OF THIS ITEM,I AM GUARENTEEING IT AS AN EARLY PANEL,I AM PUTTING A RESERVE ON THIS ITEM,THATS HOW GOOD IT IS,PLEASE VISIT MY OTHER ITEMS, THANKS

Stable Amusement

London, Published July 20, 1801 by J.R. Smith, King Street, Covent Garden.

The Storm

London Published Aug. 30 1796 by J.R. Smith King Street, Covent Garden.

A Conversation

Published June 1, 1803 by J.R. Smith, King Street, Covent Garden.

The Conversation

George Morland (British 1763-1804)
The Conversation
Signed G. Morland and dated 178* l.l.
Oil on canvas
20 x 25 in (50.8 x 63.5 cm)

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