Basil Bradley R.A. (1842 – 1904)
Oil on canvas portrait of a young maiden with flowers in her hair.
Basil Bradley was born in Hampstead. He exhibited at The Manchester School of Art from 1886 – 1899 and at the Royal Academy in London in 1867, where he became a member in 1881.
His works are hung in Galleries in London, Sydney and Blackburn and he won Le Prix de New York in 1902.