Henry Perlee Parker (British 1795-1873) - A group of gentlemen drinking

Henry Perlee Parker (British 1795-1873) - A group of gentlemen drinking
Oil on canvas - Not signed - about 1818

Fantastic early work painted by H. P. Parker about 1818.

- Provenance: Important Auction house sale. Dated 15 January 1987. Lot number 3257. (Stamp at the back of the work).
- The original frame has small damages due its age but doesn’t affect overall quality at all. Top right end and bottom left with some wood lost. Check pictures.
- Shipping from Switzerland.

Henry Perlee Parker (1785–1873) was an artist who specialised in portrait and genre paintings. He made his mark in Newcastle upon Tyne in the 1820s through patronage by wealthy landowners and through paintings of large-scale events of civic pride. Over a period of forty years his work was exhibited at the Royal Academy and the British Institution in London. Coastal scenes of fisherfolk and smugglers were a popular specialism. (Wikipedia source for additional info!).

Lot details
Henry Perlee Parker (British 1795-1873)
Title of artwork
A group of gentlemen drinking
about 1818
Oil on canvas
Not signed
In good condition
Sold with frame
Image sizes
49.5×71 cm
Total dimensions
65×84×9 cm
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