Mid 19th Century Oil Painting of Knaresborough Castle by Neimann



A superb Oil on Canvas landscape by Edward H Neimann of the river Nidd and the ruins of Knaresborough Castle.

Ca. 1865

Height: 35”   89 cms

Width:  55”    140 cms

Depth: 1.5”     4 cms

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A superb Oil on Canvas landscape by Edward H Niemann of the Knaresborough Castle ruins above the river Nidd and an aquaduct with a Shepherd and Sheep to the left above a rocky outcrop, one rock signed “Neimann”. He  specialised in Yorkshire Landscapes and castle ruins such as Richmond in Yorkshire This picture bears an old label with the artists details etc.to the reverse.

His Father, Edmund, John  was a prolific and well recognised artist who was very much sought after during his own lifetime and this is a fine example of his son’s work.  Their paintings are very similar and Edward is only recorded as painting from 1863 to 1867

There is a label to the reverse which reads:

““This picture has been cleaned, restored and revarnished by Stacy-Marks Ltd, Art Dealers, 120-122, Terminus Road, Eastbourne, Sussex

Present Owner:M. Smith Esq, Monkton Court, Monkton, Nr Ramsgate,    Kent, Date:     26th July 1983, Size:       30” x 50”

Title:      Valley with Castle, River and Viaduct

Artist:    Edmund.John Neiman Jnr”


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Dimensions4 × 140 × 89 cm

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