Chantry Fine Art Collection
Subject: Portrait of Caroline Ward [Watercolour]
Artist: Edward Henry Corbauld RI 
Provenance: See below
Size: Picture 12.5” x 9.5” [inner mount] see below
Frame: Original -
A distinguished watercolour painter, Edward Henry Corbauld RI was a pupil of Henry Sass and the RA Schools.
He was appointed Instructor of Historical Painting to the Royal Family in 1851 and for the next 20 years continued to instruct members of Queen Victoria’s family.
Many of his works are in the Royal Collection.
He also exhibited no fewer than 241 works at the New Watercolour Society, many other at the RA between 1835 and 1874, plus 42 at the RI.
He was elected RI in 1838, the date of this pleasing watercolour portrait of Caroline Ward .
The subject’s name is written on the back of the frame.
It is in its original frame and is signed and dated at bottom left.
*Its condition is fine, with some natural age toning.
The picture is glazed.
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