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‘Diana of the Uplands’ after Furse
Oil on board painting titled ‘Diana of the Uplands’ after the original by Charles Wellington Furse A.R.A. which hangs in the Tate Gallery, London.
Full of atmosphere, Diana is seen on a widswept moor, holding in one hand her hat against the strong wind and with a pair of greyhounds straining at the leash she holds in the other.
Signed verso by Eustace Appleton and dated 1905 which was a year after the death of Furse himself at the sadly young age of thirty-six.
We’ve had the painting sympathetically framed and it now measures 43.5 X 33 cm overall – considerably smaller that the huge size of the original which is over 2.30 X 1.7 metres.