Little is known of the life of S Smith beyond that he was a Worcester artist whose principal subject matter based on titles of exhibited works was landscape. Exhibited titles at the Royal Society of British Artists in Suffolk Street, London as well as a number at various provincial venues in the 1820s include : "Grassmere, Westmoreland", "Lake Scene" and "Snow on the Coast of North Devon."
1800 - 1899
Oil on canvas
signed with initials, signed and inscribed on label on reverse
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A still life of a plaster bas-relief of the head of a child, a bronze medallion, silver spoon in a glass of wine and a bronze greyhound on a green cloth
A larder still-life of cheese on a plate, loaf of bread and earthenware jug on a table; A still life of a ham, cauliflower, cheese and a chicken on a ledge
A larder still-life with a cockerel hanging from a hook and a sleeping boy with game and a gun at the window
A pointer by a game still life with a gun, pheasant, mallard, partridge, snipe and woodcock in a woodland clearing
A Trompe l'Oeil Still Life of a Partridge, Woodcock and Spotted Woodpecker hanging from Nails against a white-washed Wall