Provencal Caprice

Sir William Russell Flint

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

provencal caprice mounted
Provencal Caprice
Signed, limited edition of 750
Published by The Medici Society in 1955
Image size 17" x 22.5"
Helen is the capricious maid in this lavoir scene from French Provence.
Caprice is usually accepted as an action or attitude taken at whim
without apparent motive, but the Oxford English Dictionary
relates the source of the word to capra the goat -
hardly a flattering comparison for these young ladies.
The beautiful warm climate of Provence with mountains in the background is an ideal location for Sir William's paintings.
The signed prints and paintings of L.S.Lowry
are increasing in value on a regular basis and his work has now become of greater value than many modern masters.
cecilia in april
memorizing act II
model and critic
carlotta on the Loire
acquiescent angels
florentine masquerade
flowers in the cloister
giselle and julietta
print or painting
portrait of cecilia
francis and jane at Birdham
studio accessories
cecilia reclining
three girls
eve with her net
unsuccessful shrimper
royal academy
theroigne and lucille
the bridge, Nerac
Sisters, Dinard