A Peregrine Falcon on a broken Fence by William Brodrick (1824-1888)

Date Created: 21 October 2016

Author: William Brodrick (1824-1888), British

Source: The Internet

Owner: Joh Bennett Fine Paintings

Location: London, UK

Link to: Website

  • United Kingdom
  • Falcon
  • Painting
  • 19th Century
  • Hunting
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1814 to 1888, England

A Peregrine Falcon on a broken Fence, a Curlew and Falconry Accoutrements below

Oil on canvas

Signed with initials and dated 1844

91.50 x 71.50 cm    36.02 x 28.15 inches

A Peregrine Falcon on a broken Fence, a Curlew and Falconry Accoutrements below

William Brodrick was the son of a barrister living in Gower Street in London, who had a practice at the Old Bailey as well as other London Courts and the home circuit of Essex, Hertford and Middlesex. His maternal uncle was the renowned ornithologist P J Selby of Twizell House, Northumberland.

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