SIR WILLIAM RUSSELL FLINT, (Scottish, 1880-1969), An Old Devon Cider Press House, watercolor, sheet: 15 x 22 in., frame: 25 x 33 in.
SIR WILLIAM RUSSELL FLINT (Scottish, 1880-1969)
An Old Devon Cider Press House watercolor
W. Russell Flint, l.r.
sheet: 15 x 22 in., frame: 25 x 33 in.
Provenance: The Collection of a Massachusetts Lady.
Other Notes: This work is inscribed verso
An Old Devon Cider Press House, Autumn (local legend claims that this building [w]as once an armoury belonging to The Black Prince.
Edward of Woodstock (June 15, 1330-June 8, 1376), commonly known as The Black Prince, was the eldest son of King Edward III. He never became king as he predeceased his father, but he was known as one of the most successful commanders during the Hundred Years War.
Sheet taped to matting, verso, along all edges.
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