A Yarmouth Water Frolic

Collection Type

  • Art

GUSN

GUSN-221867

Description

Framed reproduction print after a painting by John Crome. There is a water scene of a harbor full of ships with a buoy in the foreground and land with buildings and trees to the right.\n

Details

Descriptive Terms

prints (visual works)
paper (fiber product)
ink
wood (plant material)
Print

Inscription

"Copyright Printed & Published by Geo Pulman & Sons. Ltd. London." (printed)
"By permission of the 16 Trustees of the Iveagh Bequest." (printed)
"A Yarmouth Water Frolic / John Crome" (printed)
"The original of this is a very fine / picture by old 'Crome' of Yarmouth / Guards on a carnival day. It hangs / in the gallery at 'Kenwood' the / beautiful place given by Ld Iveagh we / visited Kenwood the day it was / opened to the public in July 1928 and / saw it then. Anna bought this / reproduction and gave it to me / on Christmas 1928. / Stephen W. Phillips / 34 Chesnut St / Salem" (handwritten)

Associated Building

Original to Phillips House (Salem, Mass.),

Additional Identification Number

P443

Related Items

Title A Yarmouth Water Frolic Accession Number

Maker

After Crome, John, 1768-1821 (Artist)
After Crome, John Bernay, 1794-1842 (Artist)
George Pulman & Sons Ltd. (Publisher)

Location of Origin

London, Engalnd

Object Type

Art

Dimensions

13 5/16 x 16 14/16 x 11/16 (HxWxD) (inches)

Credit Line

Gift of the Stephen Phillips Memorial Charitable Trust for Historic Preservation

Accession Number

2006.44.866

Places

London (Greater London, England, United Kingdom)