SIDNEY RICHARD WILLIAMS PERCY

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Sydney Richard Williams Percy, son and probably pupil of the landscape painter Edward Williams Percy, exhibited in London at the Royal Academy, the British Institution and Suffolk Street from 1842 to 1886. He was a distinguished English landscape painter and was the founder of the Barnes School.

 

Museum and Gallery Holdings

 

Leeds (City AG): Undercliffe, Isle of Wight (oil on canvas); Landscape with Cattle (oil on canvas)

Montreal: Lyn Idwal; The River Llygwy; Lake Como

Salford (Museum and AG): Cattle Fording the River Brathay; Autumn in the Highlands

Sheffield: Lake Camiston

Sunderland: North Wales Scenes

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SIDNEY RICHARD WILLIAMS PERCY (1821-1886)
Furze Cutters - 19th Century Landscape Oil Painting - Royal Academy 1851
This is a fine mid-19th century oil on canvas depicting a mother and daughter on a summer afternoon gathering gorse (or furze as it is also known) ...
£14,950
Academy Fine Paintings
SIDNEY RICHARD WILLIAMS PERCY (1821-1886)
Glen Coe, Argyllshire
This is a large fine 19th century oil on canvas depicting the meeting of a young shepherdess and a cattle herder before a breath-taking Scottish Hi...
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Academy Fine Paintings
SIDNEY RICHARD WILLIAMS PERCY (1821-1886)
Near Betws-y-Coed, North Wales - Large 19th Century Victorian Landscape Oil Pain...
This is a very large fine 19th century oil on canvas depicting cattle watering at the riverside in an extensive mountainous summer landscape ‘Nea...
£34,950
Academy Fine Paintings