Artist
Robert Huskisson (?1820‑1861)
Title
The Midsummer Night's Fairies
Date exhibited 1847
MediumOil paint on mahogany
Dimensionssupport: 289 x 343 mm frame: 430 x 483 x 45 mm
Collection
Tate
Acquisition Purchased 1974
Reference
T01901
On display at Tate Britain
Room: 1840
Robert Huskisson, 'The Midsummer Night's Fairies, exhibited 1847
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'The Midsummer Night's Fairies', exhibited 1847
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