The Hayfield: 1855-56 by Bruce Johnson
Location : The Tate Gallery, London
Ford Madox Brown
English Pre-Raphaelite Artist
1821 – 1893
Brown painted this landscape directly from nature. The setting is the Tenterden estate at Hendon, in north London, looking east at twilight. He worked on the picture regularly from July until October 1855, finishing the details of the foreground in his studio, including the self-portrait of an artist relaxing in the lower left corner.
A "lost" painting by British artist Ford Madox Brown has been found in a private collection and will go on show at Manchester Art Gallery from 24 September to 29 January 2012: Ford Madox Brown: Pre-Raphaelite Pioneer. A copy of the ...
MANCHESTER.- Manchester Art Gallery is staging the first major exhibition of Ford Madox Brown?s work since 1964. Ford Madox Brown: Pre-Raphaelite Pioneer brings together 140 works from public and private collections to reveal the pi...
LONDON (REUTERS).- The public have not laid eyes on the heavenly depiction of "The Seraph's Watch" for over a century and many people thought the painting was lost. But now the work by pre-Raphaelite British artist Ford Madox Brown,...
The Property Room: 1879 by Bruce Johnson Via Flickr: In a Private Collection Work of: Arthur Hughes English Pre-Raphaelite Artist 1817 – 1904