Daniel Sherrin, Woodland Landscape With Pine Trees & Distant Buildings

Daniel Sherrin, Woodland Landscape With Pine Trees & Distant Buildings

A captivating landscape painting with pine trees and distant buildings by British painter, Daniel Sherrin (1868-1942).

The pines take our eyes upwards from the foliage in the foreground towards the beautiful evening sky, which is dappled with clouds. The trees frame a small crop of buildings that are nestled into the distant woodland. While on the right, the undulant landscape gradually disappears from view - with Sherrin increasing the lightness with every layer.

Daniel Sherrin was born in Brentford, Essex and was trained by his father, John Sherrin - a flower and still life painter. He was a keen follower of Benjamin Williams Leader (1831-1923) and painted in a similar style. It’s possible that he knew Leader well because Sherrin’s son, Reginald (1891-1971), was trained by him.

The painting is signed in the lower right and housed within a good later frame.

Medium: Oil on canvas
Overall size: 33½” x 23½” / 85cm x 60cm
Year of creation: c. 1890
Provenance: Germany
Condition: Very good with no issues. Frame with light wear.
Artist’s auction highlight: £10,314 achieved for ‘Landscape/Two Cottages’ in 2012.

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