Not on display
- Sir Henry Rushbury 1889–1968
- Watercolour and graphite on paper
- Support: 254 × 349 mm
- Purchased 1920
N03567 FOREST OF BROTONNE 1920
Inscr. ‘Henry Rushbury. 1920’ b.r.
Watercolour, 10×13 3/4 (25·5×35).
Purchased from the artist (Clarke Fund) 1920.
The Forest of Brotonne lies to the north-east of Caudebec (Seine-Inférieure) and faces the town across the River Seine, fringing the steep scarp slopes of the river bank.
Mary Chamot, Dennis Farr and Martin Butlin, The Modern British Paintings, Drawings and Sculpture, London 1964, II
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