19th Century Portrait of a Prize Winning Cow in a Landscape Scene, Forest Bel

GBP 3,200.00

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Object Description

A charming 19th Century portrait of a prize cow – “Forest Bell”.

A 19th century portrait of a prize winning cow in a landscape setting – “Forest Bell” attributed to A M Gauci. A plaque at the bottom of the frame reads “Forest Bell Bred and fed by James Jackson, Lilleshall, Newport Salop. First prize Birmingham 1867, £15 and silver medal, oil on canvas – housed in its original Birds Eye maple wood frame.

Object History

Provenance: has cuttings and a letter of valuation from Sotheby’s dated 1987.

Object Condition


Good. Consistent with age. A rare portrait of a prize cow.
Wear consistent with age and use. Condition Report: the painting is beneath glass and appears to be in good condition, the attribution plaque is also beneath the glass and appears to be attached to the painting.

Object Details

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Buscot Manor

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