lunes, 3 de julio de 2017


Christa Zaat

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Sidney Richard Percy (British painter) 1821 - 1886
Cattle Roaming the Welsh Countryside, 1869
oil on board
28.6 x 41.2 cm. (11.25 x 16.25 in.)
signed and dated 'S R Percy 1869' (lower right)
private collection

Sidney Richard Percy was born Sidney Richard Percy Williams in 1821 in London. He was the fifth son of the painter Edward Williams (1781–1855) and Ann Hildebrandt (c.1780-1851), and a member of the Williams family of painters, who were related to such famous artists as James Ward, R.A. and George Morland. His father was a well-known landscape artist, who taught him how to paint; otherwise he received no formal instruction. Although his early paintings were signed "Sidney Williams", he used the name "Percy" from the age of 20 onwards to differentiate himself from the other artists in his family. Starting in 1842, he exhibited at the Royal Academy (65 works), the British Institution (48 works), and the Suffolk Street Gallery of the Society of British Artists (67 works). He also exhibited in many of the lesser-known Victorian art venues as well.

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