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Description:

Dancing Shoes - Signed and dated 1909.  A beautifully painted Victorian scene showing the charm and closeness of 3 generations living and working under one roof and sharing precious moments together.

Period:

Victorian 1837-1901

Artist:

Edwin Thomas Roberts

Canvas Dimensions
71.1 cms High ( 28 inches)
91.4 cms Wide ( 36 inches)

Frame Dimensions
101.6 cms High ( 40 inches)
121.9 cms Wide ( 48 inches)
11.4 cms Deep ( 4.5 inches)

Artist Bio:

Edwin Thomas Roberts was born in London in the 1840 and died in 1917.  He was the son of Thomas Edward Roberts who also was an artist.  Roberts regularly used children in his artworks and he portrayed them in a charming and idealistic manner.  This style of art proved to be enormously popular with the Victorian public of the day and his work is still widely admired today as it represented the golden age of Victorian art and sentimentality. 

Roberts works are now highly sought after and are increasing in value.

Exhibitions: 

Suffolk Street : 1862-1886
Royal Academy : 1882-1884


Works exhibited: 

Works include: Newlyn SceneNaval ManoeuvresThere´s Many a Wile Lies Hid in a SmileThe ProfessorThe Dishonoured BillPolly, What's the Time (1884) 

Item 1201   
£8,200.00 £7,380.00


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