19th century portrait, child at play ,Attributed to Henry Tanworth Wells
19th century portrait, child at play ,Attributed to Henry Tanworth Wells
19th century portrait, child at play ,Attributed to Henry Tanworth Wells

19th century portrait, child at play ,Attributed to Henry Tanworth Wells

Regular price £5,250.00 Sale

A beautiful oval portrait of a young child at play, attributed to the portrait painter Henry Tanworth Wells.
finely executed, this oil on canvas is in excellent condition. Housed in a period frame.
The size overall is 79 cm x 62 cm whilst the painting is 56 cm x 46 cm
Henry Tanworth Wells [1828-1903]
Henry Tanworth Wells RA was an English miniature and portrait painter. He was a member of the Pre-Raphaelite circle though he painted in the academic style. His most popular painting was Victoria Regina, showing the young Queen Victoria receiving the news of her accession to the throne.
You can see examples of his work in various national trust houses and museums.

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