Year: 19th Century
Size: 27" x 18"
Description: Fine 18th Century English scene of a farmer and an Ox titled "The Newbus Ox", oil on canvas. Excellent quality and condition study of the farmer beside the Ox with its elgonated features, set on the farmyard. Professionally relined and presented in a maple wood frame. Typical of the works of Thomas Weaver during the period. Measurements: 27" x 18" framed approx. Literature: The work was used by William Ward in 1812 as an engraving and this was taken from almost identical composition by Weaver which is now considered lost/destroyed. The Newbus Ox was a Shorthorn/Highland cross, bred by William Hutchinson, Esq of Egleston near Barnard Castle
Provenance: Wysdom Hall, UK
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