186. Eloise Harriet Stannard 1829-1915 Still Life Fruit Oil on Canvas


A Very Impressive Example by this well documented Artist of the late Nineteenth, early Twentieth Century, Still Life of Autumnal Fruits on a mossy ground Oil on Canvas Painting complete with its original ornate heavy gilt frame.

The view depicts Green Grapes on foliage with an Apple and two dark Plums.  

Provenance: Burlington Paintings. Burlington Gardens, Mayfair, London.

Condition: Good condition, recently professionally cleaned and frame re-gilt.

The Painting is signed lower right E.H.Stannard.

Height: (entire including frame) 20” (51m). Width: (entire) 17.5” (44.5cm).

Shipped to Helena, Montana, USA.

Eloise Harriet Stannard 1829-1915.

Daughter of Alfred Stannard, Eloise was a member of one of the foremost families of Artists which characterised the English Norwich School. She may have attended her father’s art classes and possibly assisted in his Studio.

Her earlier work shows the influence of the Dutch Still Life Masters and in particular Van Huysum, but by the mid 1860s she had developed her own style, depicting her less formal compositions, painted in natural light. The quality of her painting ensured many patrons, and the Norwich Corporation  permitted her to use pieces of their plate in her paintings.

Exhibited: Royal Academy (1856-1893) British Institude (1852-1867).