Catalogue entry

N05450 A Morning, with a View of Cuckold's Point c.1750–60

Oil on canvas 520×962 (20 1/2×37 3/4)
Presented by H.F. Tomalin to the National Gallery 1944; transferred to the Tate Gallery 1953
PROVENANCE Probably the artist's sale, Langford's 4 April 1765(55);...; William Hartman, sold Curtis & Henson 14 July 1927(410) bt Pawsey & Payne; Knoedler 1927; Cotswold Gallery 1930, from whom bt by H.F. Tomalin
EXHIBITED London River, Valence House, Dagenham 1960; Guildhall 1972(42)
LITERATURE Hilda F. Finberg, ‘Samuel Scott’, Burlington Magazine, LXXXI, 1942, p.201, pl. lb; Robert R. Wark, Early British Drawings in the Huntington Collection, San Marino, California, 1969, pp.42–3, repr. p.42, fig.II; Luke Herrmann, British Landscape Painting of the Eighteenth Century, 1973, p.33, pl.25 B; Kingzett 1982, pp.76–7 (A, p.76), pl.27a

See T01235

Published in:
Elizabeth Einberg and Judy Egerton, The Age of Hogarth: British Painters Born 1675-1709, Tate Gallery Collections, II, London 1988