This lovely Late 20th Century English Porcelain Vase of amphora form, with it’s inspired combination of Highland scenes bears all of the hallmarks of Reg Johnson’s multi-faceted talent, not only as designer, but also as painter and gilder. Derivative, Yes, but superbly painted and gilded. With an atmospheric view of Inverlochy Castle after the original by Victorian artist Horatio McCulloch, painted in 1857, paired with a group of Highland cattle in the manner of Royal Worcester artist John Stinton, this beautiful piece offers the perfect introduction to the works of this talented Staffordshire artist, examples of whose work may now be viewed at The Potteries Museum and Art Gallery. The underside fully signed in black script, viz. :- ORIGINAL PAINTING ONE ONLY by REGINALD JOHNSON 1989 INVERLOCHY CASTLE
Height ~ 24.80 cm. / 9.75 inches ~ Width ~ 16.50 cm. / 6.50 inches ~ Depth ~ 11.40 cm. / 4.50 inches ~ Year ~ Circa 1989
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- Category: Reginald Johnson Collection ~ Ceramics
- SKU: EPHPAGVICRJ-56
- Stock: In stock
- Weight/Size: Small