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Sword Practise Watercolour

Category: Archive

Subcategory: Artwork

The detail to this small watercolour is not sufficient to determine the exact regiment shown at sword practise. It's a heavy cavalry regiment though and the soldier is depicted slicing a fake head off a pole. To the fore front is a saddle with a trumpet, sword, rifle butt and helmet in front of a flag. This watercolour and the lancer are by the same, unknown artist. Although lacking detail, they both have a charm and show the cavalry regiments training. Framed in maple. Circa 1900.
Image Size Is Given

  • Dimensions:
    H 9cm x W 14cm
    H 3½" x W 5½"

  • Year: Circa 1900
  • Medium: Watercolour
  • Country: England
  • Exhibition: The Sundowners
  • Condition: Good. Re-Framed
  • Reference Number: 81746