The Timber Wain by Samuel Palmer was created in 1833 – 1834. The painting in Yale Center for British Art. The size of the work is 12,9 x 16 cm and is made of watercolor, gouache, pen and black ink on medium, smooth, cream wove paper.
About the Artist: British landscape painter, etcher and printmaker Samuel Palmer was born in Surrey Square off the Old Kent Road in Newington, London. Palmer painted churches from around age twelve, and first exhibited Turner-inspired works at the Royal Academy at the age of fourteen. Through John Linnell, he met William Blake in 1824. Blake’s influence can be seen in work he produced over the next ten years. The works were landscapes around Shoreham, near Sevenoaks in the west of Kent… read more
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