- Thomas Girtin (1775-1802)
- Ilkley, from the River Wharfe
- 1800 - 1801
- Medium and Support
- Graphite and watercolour on laid paper
- 30.5 × 51.8 cm, 12 × 20 ⅜ in
‘Mr Lascelles’ on the back, possibly by Thomas Girtin, but not seen
- Leeds Art Gallery
- Catalogue Number
- Girtin & Loshak Number
- 442 as 'Ilkley, Yorkshire'; '1801'
- Description Source(s)
- Viewed in 2001, 2002 and February 2020
Edward Lascelles (1764–1814); then by descent to Henry Lascelles, 4th Earl of Harewood (1824–92); his sale, possibly Christie’s, 1 May 1858, lot 46 as 'A river scene'; bought by 'Palser', 19 gns; J. Palser & Sons; Edward Cohen (1816–87); then by bequest to his niece, Annie Sophia Poulter (c.1846–1924); then by descent to Edward Alexander Poulter (1883–1973); J. Palser & Sons as 'Landscape (Lascelles)'; bought by Norman Lupton, 17 November 1926; Agnes Lupton (1874–1950) and Norman Darnton Lupton (1875–1953); bequeathed to the Gallery, 1952
London, 1875, no.88 as ’Landscape in Sepia’; Agnew’s, 1931, no.129 as ’Ilkley’; Leeds, 1937, no.18; Bournemouth, 1949, no.30 (catalogue untraced); Agnew’s, 1953a, no.67 as ’Ilkley’; London, 1960, no.68; Leeds, 1972, no.36; Manchester, 1975, no.88; London, 1993, no.150; Leeds, 1995, no.39; Harewood, 1999, no.20; London, 2002, no.165
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