Lost Lucas Located?

by Matthew Innis |

While doing research for my ongoing posts on the British historical painter and antiquarian John Seymour Lucas, I collected images of the artist’s work from all over the internet.  One image I found was from an archived ebay sale from a year-and-a-half ago that featured a couple communicating over a high brick wall while a third person looked on, disinterestedly.  The work had been sold by . . .

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