Artist
Sir Edwin Henry Landseer (1802‑1873)
Title
Portrait of Mrs Henry Wells of Redleaf and Sketches of a Man's Head in Profile, Leaning on his Hand
Date date not known
MediumInk on paper
Dimensionssupport: 185 x 237 mm
Collection
Tate
Acquisition Purchased as part of the Oppé Collection with assistance from the National Lottery through the Heritage Lottery Fund 1996
Reference
T10148
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Sir Edwin Henry Landseer, 'Portrait of Mrs Henry Wells of Redleaf and Sketches of a Man's Head in Profile, Leaning on his Hand, date not known
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Sir Edwin Henry Landseer,
'Portrait of Mrs Henry Wells of Redleaf and Sketches of a Man's Head in Profile, Leaning on his Hand'date not known
Sir Edwin Henry Landseer,
'Portrait of Sir Walter Scott, and the Head of a Woman in Profile'date not known
Sir Edwin Henry Landseer,
'Uncle Tom'date not known
Sir Edwin Henry Landseer,
'The Dog 'Racket'', 1813
Sir Edwin Henry Landseer,
'The Harper', 1821-2
Sir Edwin Henry Landseer,
'Boy, Donkey and Foal - Mischief in Full Play', 1822
Sir Edwin Henry Landseer,
'A Scene at Abbotsford', exhibited 1827
Sir Edwin Henry Landseer,
'High Life', 1829, exhibited 1831
Sir Edwin Henry Landseer,
'Highland Music', ?1829, exhibited 1830
Sir Edwin Henry Landseer,
'Low Life', 1829, exhibited 1831
Frederick Richard Lee,
Sir Edwin Henry Landseer,
'Scottish Landscape: Bringing in a Stag (figure and animals by Sir E. Landseer)', 1830
Sir Edwin Henry Landseer,
'Deer and Deer Hounds in a Mountain Torrent ('The Hunted Stag')', ?1832, exhibited 1833
Sir Edwin Henry Landseer,
'Loch Avon and the Cairngorm Mountains', c.1833
Sir Edwin Henry Landseer,
'The Duchess of Abercorn and Child', 1834-6
Sir Edwin Henry Landseer,
'Sleeping Bloodhound', exhibited 1835
Sir Edwin Henry Landseer,
'Studies of a Dog', 1835
Sir Edwin Henry Landseer,
'A Distinguished Member of the Humane Society', exhibited 1838
Sir Edwin Henry Landseer,
'Dignity and Impudence', 1839
Sir Edwin Henry Landseer,
'Highland Dogs', c.1839
Frederick Richard Lee,
Sir Edwin Henry Landseer,
'Cover Side (figures and animals by Sir E. Landseer)', 1839, ?exhibited 1840