Benois Albert (Nicholaevich). English Cottage. Art print on canvas
Benois Albert (Nicholaevich). English Cottage. Art print on canvas

Benois Albert (Nicholaevich). English Cottage. Art print on canvas

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Author Albert Benois (1852 -1936)
Media of Original Painting Watercolour and gouache on paper on cardboard
Genres Countryside Scenes
Epochs Art of the 20th centuries
Size of original, cm 33.5x48
The cottage is 'The Coppice' at Shilton, near Burford in Oxfordshire. The Edwards family have lived there since 1919 and it is where Camilla Benois died in 1934. Albert Benois and his younger brother Alexandre were visitors on a number of occasions - Albert more often than Alexandre. The painting was executed in 1934 when Albert came to England for his sister's funeral.

(Jeremy Matthew Benois Edwards, the great grandson of Camilla Benois [Albert Benois' sister])

See also:
English Cottage. Benois Albert Nicholaevith. Fine art print B2
Benois Albert (Nicholaevich). English Cottage. Fine art print B2
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