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R.R. Reinagle RA, Landscape with cattle

Landscape with cattle, by 1862

R.R. Reinagle RA (1775 - 1862)

RA Collection: Art

A pencil drawing of seated and standing cattle. This is typical of Richard Ramsay Reinagle's work and is similar to a number of other drawings by him in the Royal Academy collection.

The drawing was left to the Academy by Gilbert Bakewell Stretton, whose grandfather, J H Smith, had connections with the Reinagle family.

Object details

Landscape with cattle
R.R. Reinagle RA (1775 - 1862)
by 1862
Object type
Pencil on cream wove paper

90 mm x 185 mm

Royal Academy of Arts
Object number
Bequeathed by Gilbert Bakewell Stretton 1949
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