"The Woodland Glade", by G. Chester, from the Royal Academy Exhibition, 1861. Creator: Unknown.

"The Woodland Glade", by G. Chester, from the Royal Academy Exhibition, 1861. Creator: Unknown.

3-003-713 - The Print Collector/Heritage Images

"The Woodland Glade", by G. Chester, from the Royal Academy Exhibition, 1861. Engraving from a painting. 'In this broiling hot weather it is delicious to fall upon such a cool, calm retreat as that represented in Mr. Chester's clever landscape, "The Woodland Glade," exhibited at the Royal Academy, consisting of water, rock, and wild scattered trees, in admirable disorder. It has obviously been taken from nature, and selected with a fine eye for the picturesque'. From "Illustrated London News", 1861.


Image Details


People Information

Creator
  1. Unknown, attributed to: :
After
  1. George Chester: British: Artist, painter

Picture Type
  1. Landscape

Category Hierarchy

Science & Nature Plant Life

Society & Culture Art & Literature

Artistic Representations Landscapes


Digital Image Size

Pixel Dimensions (W x H) : 3715x2261
File Size : 8,203kb


Aliases

  1. ILN_1861_Page_057_b.jpg
  1. 0580089220
  1. 3-003-713
  1. 3003713

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