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19th Century watercolour by Frederic Barnard (1846-1896).
Fred Barnard was a Victorian illustrator and painter, mostly known for his illustrations to the novels of Charles Dickens published between 1871-79 by Chapman and Hall.
He was also a member of the Royal Academy of Arts.
The scene shows a young boy carefully applying medicine to his nan.
There are inscriptions on both the front and back of the paper.
One the back right edge, says: '?B In 1876 in the catalogue of The Royal Society of Artists Exhib at Burlington picture no 233'
Bottom one contains: '"(Title)" by Frederick Barnard'
Condition: very good, without any visible damage, no spotting.
Sizes: 14 x 18in ≈ 35.5 x 45.7