Artist
Attributed to George Romney (1734‑1802)
Title
A Waterfall. Verso: Study of a Hero's Head and Arm
Date date not known
MediumGraphite and watercolour on paper. Verso: graphite on paper
Dimensionssupport: 176 x 245 mm
Collection
Tate
Acquisition Purchased as part of the Oppé Collection with assistance from the National Lottery through the Heritage Lottery Fund 1996
Reference
T09145
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George Romney (attributed to),
'A Waterfall. Verso: Study of a Hero's Head and Arm'date not known
George Romney,
'Mother and Child'date not known
George Romney,
'Mother and Child'date not known
George Romney,
'Niobid'date not known
George Romney (manner of),
'Richard Cumberland the Dramatist'date not known
George Romney,
'Serena in the Boat of Apathy'date not known
George Romney,
'Jacob Morland of Capplethwaite', 1763
George Romney,
'Mrs Richard Cumberland and her Son Charles', c.1770
George Romney,
'Mr and Mrs William Lindow', 1772
George Romney,
'Midshipman George Cumberland', c.1775-80
George Romney,
'Mrs Johnstone and her Son (?)', c.1775-80
George Romney,
'The Beaumont Family', 1777-9
George Romney,
'Elizabeth, Countess of Craven, Later Margravine of Anspach', 1778
George Romney,
'Lady Emilia Kerr', 1779-80
George Romney,
'Emma Hart as Circe', c.1782
George Romney,
'Lady Hamilton (?as a Figure in 'Fortune Telling')', c.1782-4
George Romney,
'William Pitt the Younger', ?c.1783
George Romney,
'A Lady in a Brown Dress: 'The Parson's Daughter'', c.1785
George Romney,
'Lady Hamilton as Cassandra', c.1785-6
George Romney,
'Dr John Matthews', 1786