This antique painting shows a large group of sheep grazing among trees beside a lake.
Following the untimely death of his first wife Bartlett traveled to Brittany and Holland to sketch scenes of rural life before he returned to England in 1898. In 1897, the same year he painted this image, he was invited to join the prestigious Societe Nationale des Beaux-Arts. Bartlett was a British painter and printmaker. He traveled the world extensively and eventually settled in Hawaii in 1917. His work is in many public collections including the Cleveland Museum of Art, the Honolulu Museum of Art and the Library of Congress.
Charles William Bartlett (English, 1860-1940)
Signed (bottom right): Charles W. Bartlett 1897.
Width 39 Height 49 inches
Sight: Width 31 Height 41.5 inches
Note: would benefit from a cleaning.