Thomas Shotter BoysThe Seine and Palace of the Tuileries c.1830-5

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Artist
Thomas Shotter Boys (1803‑1874)
Title
The Seine and Palace of the Tuileries
Date c.1830-5
MediumWatercolour and gouache on paper
Dimensionssupport: 200 x 295 mm
Collection
Tate
Acquisition Presented by the Art Fund (Herbert Powell Bequest) 1967
Reference
T00966
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Catalogue entry

Thomas Shotter Boys 1803–1874

T00966 The Seine and Palace of the Tuileries

Inscribed ‘Boys’ b.r.
Watercolour, 7¿ x 11¿ (20 x 29.5).
Presented by the National Art-Collections Fund from the Herbert Powell Bequest 1967.
Coll: Herbert Powell 1925; entrusted by him to the N.A.-C.F. 1929.
Exh: British Art, R.A., 1934 (834; Commemorative Catalogue, 1935, no. 879, pl. CLXXXIV); British Drawings, Bucharest 1935–6; see also under Atkins T00964.

Published in The Tate Gallery Report 1967–1968, London 1968.

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