Also in this section…?
- Video: Mrs Holt
- 'Waterfall beneath a High Bridge', Thomas Creswick
- 'The Castalian Spring', Thomas Creswick
- 'The Ruins of the Château d'Apchon', Auguste Bonheur
- 'Poor Travellers at the Door of a Capuchin Convent', William Collins
- 'Lago Maggiore', James Baker Pyne
- 'The Windmill', Thomas Creswick
- 'Ploughing Scene, Morning', Auguste Bonheur
- 'The Cow at the Watering Place', Jean Baptiste Camille Corot
- 'Lake Scene', Sir Edwin Landseer
- 'The Valley of the Thames', Keeley Halswelle
- 'Landscape, Hampstead', John Everett Millais
- 'Morning', Thomas Creswick
- 'Sonning Weir', Keeley Halswelle
- 'The return from the mill', Rosa Bonheur
'Morning', Thomas Creswick
Creswick’s ‘Evening’ (displayed in the Drawing Room) had been in the family ever since George Holt’s father bought it from the Liverpool Academy exhibition of 1850. The fact that this painting is the same size and had been owned by another Liverpool collector, John Marsh, before Holt bought it in 1876, suggests that the two works could have been a pair.
The present picture, the more picturesque of the two, may be the ‘Morning in Wales’ that Creswick sent to the Liverpool Academy in 1846.
Medium and Support: Oil on canvas
Accession No: WAG 213