Vintage framed artwork print ‘Midwinter Sunset’ by Joseph Farquharson.
“Joseph Farquharson was a tremendously skilled and popular painter who became renowned for his snowscapes, particularly those featuring sheep, and his countryside scenes. Many of his paintings were completed in the North East of Scotland at Finzean. Born in Edinburgh in 1846, Farquharson studied first under Peter Graham R.A. and then at the Life School at the Royal Scottish Academy. He exhibited at the Royal Academy from 1873 and was elected an Associate in 1900. In 1880 he travelled to Paris where he studied under Carolus Duran, and in 1885 he went to Egypt. He died in 1935. The unusual titles of many of Farquharson’s paintings are worthy of note, and many of them were taken from poems by Burns, Milton, Shakespeare and Gray.”
- Measurements – 30 x 38 cm
- Wooden Frame, glass
- Condition – good / signs of age / use may appear / scratches on the frame surface / see images.