- Unidentified circle of Towne
- The Watering Place, after Rubens
- No date
- Pen and ink, watercolour
- image height 343mm,
- image width 483mm
- eighteenth-century washline mount
- Object Type
Untraced until sold anonymously at Foster’s on 27 July 1910, lot 151 (a group with FT228, FT257, FT283, FT284, FT296, FT310, FT318, FT319, FT325, FT326, FT327, FT329, FT330, FT339, FT340, FT361, FT793), for 25s. to Paul Oppé (1878–1957; no.54a) and sold by his descendants in 1996 with the rest of Oppé’s collection to the current owner, the Tate Gallery (T09369).
- Associated People & Organisations
- Tate, London, 1996, T09369
- Adolph Paul Oppé (1878 - 1957), London, 27 July 1910, GBP 25s, no.54a
- Foster's auctioneers (1883 - 1940), 27 July 1910, lot 151
Sold as a group with FT228, FT257, FT283, FT284, FT296, FT310, FT318, FT319, FT325, FT326, FT327, FT329, FT330, FT339, FT340, FT361, FT793
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