19101
John Glover (1767 – 1849)
(An Italianate Classical Landscape)
Oil on canvas
75 x 114 cm

Provenance:
Collection of Angela Burdett-Coutts, 1st Baroness Burdett -Coutts
Private collection, South Africa

Regarded as ‘the Father of Australian Landscape Painting’, John Glover emigrated to Van Diemen’s Land in 1831. While he is now best known for his depictions of the Tasmanian landscape, prior to his departure from England he enjoyed a long and successful career as a painter of classical and picturesque views, and continued to paint European subject matter after his arrival in Van Diemen’s Land in 1831.

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19105
John Glover (1767 – 1849)
(Landscape with Cattle Herders)
Watercolour on paper
61 x 91 cm

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17069
John Glover (1767 – 1849)
‘A View of Cader Idris, Snowdonia, Wales’
Oil on canvas
65 x 87 cm

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19099
John Glover (1767 – 1849)
(Milking Time, near St. Michaels, Lichfield)
Watercolour on paper
56 x 88 cm

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