Washerwomen on the Cere at Bretenoux

Sir William Russell Flint

P.R.A., P.R.W.S., R.S.W., R.O.I., R.E.

Sir William Russell Flint, original, painting, washerwomen on the Cere at Bretenoux, France

"Washerwomen on the Cere at Bretenoux, France"
Original watercolour painting
Sir William Russell Flint, RA, PRWS (British, 1880-1969)
Washerwomen on the Cere at Bretenoux,
signed and inscribed 'W.RUSSELL FLINT' (lower right),
signed and inscribed with title and dated 'May 1965' on reverse of watercolour
50 x 67cm (19 11/16 x 26 3/8in).
Provenance with
The Everard Read Gallery
The river Cere runs through Bretenoux in the department of Lot.
south east of Perigeux.

Bretenoux, France, rear
Signed and titled on the reverse of the water-colour.

Bretenoux, France, verso
Signed and titled on the reverse of the back board.

Bretenoux, France, label
Original vendors label.

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500 edition prints, signed and unsigned; Also original watercolour paintings and red chalk drawings, for sale.
The limited edition prints, particularly the signed, limited edition prints (ie. pre 1969) were very sought after at the publication date,
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There is no 'second' edition, these are the original signed, limited editions that have over the years become highly collectable and
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Recognized worldwide as a fine watercolour master, Sir William's work enjoys the prominence amongst a collection of the finest and most experienced painters of our time.
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