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An evocative coloured print by George Baxter C 1859.


Baxter was an English painter ( 1804-1867) and is credited with the invention of commercially viable colour printing.


This is a super example, the colours are rich and vibrant and the study is of a young boy at the festive doorstep of a fine home being offered a tipple of wine and a piece of cake.....his eyes are a wonder !

Framed, 18 x 23 cm

George Baxter Coloured Print 1859


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