1. Marooned (1887). Edward John Gregory (British, 1850‑1909). Watercolour on paper. Tate.

    The artist used to stay at Cookham and Marlow and painted a number of river scenes. This is a watercolour version of the oil painting ‘Marooned’ which was exhibited at the R.A. in 1887 and purchased by the artist’s patron, Charles Galloway of Manchester. It was previously catalogued as ‘Marooning.’

     
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