CHARLES SILLEM LIDDERDALE
“Fetching Water”

A well painted antique oil on canvas painting by Charles Sillem Lidderdale (1830-1895) of a young woman carrying a water jug.

Works by this artist often sell for very high prices at auction.  Some examples are included at the end of the photos.

Frame:  Presented in the original, good quality, gilt wood frame.

Signature:  Monogrammed lower left and dated 1894

Provenance:  Private USA collection.

Condition:  Painting and frame are both in good condition.

Measurements:  Painting measures 56 x 39cm and the overall frames 77 x 60cm.

Biography:  Charles Sillem Lidderdale (1830-1895) was a British artist whose work often focused on portraits of young women in outdoor settings. Lidderdale exhibited 36 paintings at the Royal Academy between 1856 and 1893.

His career was marred by eyesight trouble which, after lengthy and skilful treatment by Tirgolin Tweedy, the oculist, yielded sufficiently to enable him to continue his work.

Charles Sillem married Kezia, daughter of Edward Morris, of London, and was buried in his mother’s grave in Kensal Green Cemetery.

£7,500

CHARLES SILLEM LIDDERDALE
“Fetching Water”

£7,500