19th. Century Oil Painting "Angler on the bank of a River"
“Angler on the Bank of a Mountain River, with a Bridge and Mountains beyond.”
Mid 19th. Century Oil on Canvas by John Brandon Smith signed in the bottom right hand corner. This is typical of his work and appears to be in Wales which would date this to the late 1860s or early 1870s.
Price :£ 6750-00p.
Height:18” 46cms Width: 32” 82cms. Depth: 3” 7.5cms
Overall:26” 66cms x 39” 100cms x3” 7.5cms.
John Brandon Smith (1848-1884)
London landscape painter also named as Waterfall Smith who exhibited from 1860-1874 at the Royal Academy, also at the British Institute and Suffolk Street. Titles at the RA include “View in Surry, near Haslemere in 1861, the Upper lake Killarney in 1863, on the Conway, Lledr and Dee in1867 the Falls of Foyers in 1868 and on the Neath, South Wales 1872. John is mainly known for his pictures of Rivers and Waterfalls.