Regency naive folk art watercolour, a dandy at his stable
Regency naive folk art watercolour, a dandy at his stable

Naive folk art watercolour of a man at his stable

 

Regency Period English Naive School folk art watercolour and pencil, early 19th century c 1815. Unsigned.  

 

Mounted under glass with gold slip and antique moulded maple veneered frame, conservation board to the back. 

 

Sight:    13" x  9.75"  ( 33cm x 25cm)

Frame:  17"  x 14"   (43cm x 35.5cm)

 

SOLD

 

Ref  104

 

A wonderfully naive watercolour of a Regency gentleman, dressed in the height of fashion with his riding crop in one hand, a large key in the other.  He stands beside a rather idiosyncratic stable from which a saddled chestnut horse appears.  Once again we see proportion and perspective in trouble, but the level of detailing of the clothes is excellent.  Quite charming.

Some foxing but the colours still true.