Henry William Banks Davis (after) 1833-1914
A faithful reproduction of “Mother & Son” painted by Henry William Banks Davis. The original painted in 1881 hung for many years in the Tate. Our oil on board was painted in 1919 and is signed J H Swipe. A charming painting. Framed behind glass and in excellent condition
- Henry William Banks Davis RA (1833–1914) was a popular English landscape and animal painter noted for his pastoral scenes, often populated with cattle and other farm animals. He studied and exhibited at the Royal Academy becoming an associate in 1873 and Royal Academician in 1877. He was awarded two silver medals.
Approx size: 24 x 18 inches including frame. 18 x 12 inches excluding