After Leonard Campbell Taylor, Regency Days

Regular price £169.00

DESCRIPTION

A detailed vintage lithograph after an oil on canvas by Leonard Campbell Taylor RA (1874–1969). It depicts an interior scene from around 1830 in which a lady, with a wistful expression, is holding a portrait miniature while surrounded by beautifully-rendered objet d’art.

Leonard Campbell Taylor was highly regarded for his meticulously detailed interiors and expansive society portraits of subjects within their own homes. Critics often compared him to the great Dutch master, Johannes Vermeer, and it’s clear to see why. His sitters included HM Queen Mary, who he painted in 1928 for the Royal College of Music.

The print is a high-quality vintage lithograph that lacks the dots often present on modern reproductions.

Medium
Lithograph
Size including frame
21½” x 13⅔” / 62cm x 53cm x 3cm
Year of creation
c. 1969
Condition
Artwork in good overall condition with a few tiny chips towards the bottom. Vintage frame with some minor scratches and scuffs.

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