- Richard Caton Woodville 1856–1927
- Oil paint on wood
- Support: 356 x 251 mm
- Presented by Charles Pratt 1940
Not on display
N05204 MARSHAL NEY AT EYLAU 1913
Inscr. ‘R. Caton Woodville 1913’ b.l.
Oil on panel, 14×9 7/8 (35·5×25).
Presented by Charles Pratt 1940.
Coll: Henry Graves & Co.; acquired by Charles Pratt c. 1917.
Another painting, ‘Marshal Ney at Waterloo’, signed and dated 1914, was presented by the artist to A. G. Temple in January 1916. It is on panel and of about the same size as N05204 and was in 1957 in the possession of D. G. C. Hicks, Leatherhead. It appears to be the last of the series of four depicting scenes from the Napoleonic campaigns. (See N05202 and N05205.)
Mary Chamot, Dennis Farr and Martin Butlin, The Modern British Paintings, Drawings and Sculpture, London 1964, II
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