Scotswoman with Cabbages, in Cottage Interior

‘Scotswoman with Cabbages, in Cottage Interior’ attributed to Thomas Barker, oil on canvas, about 1820. This painting depicts an interior of a kitchen: an elderly lady stands wearing a red jacket under a white apron and a blue bonnet. She stand beside a table with her hand resting on it beside a jug and onions. She holds a basket with two cabbages. A black and white dog stands at her feet. There is a bundle of branches on the floor seen on the right. In the background, through a doorway, is a man seated eating at a table. This painting is set within a frame decorated with scrolled flower and leaves with a gold liner.
Accession Loan No.
Collection Class
oil on canvas
Common Name
Scotswoman with Cabbages, in Cottage Interior
Simple Name
Full Name
Scotswoman with Cabbages, in Cottage Interior
stretcher height 917 mm; stretcher length 710 mm; frame height 1175 mm; frame length 973 mm
Production Person Surname
Barker, attributed to
Production Person Initials
Period Classification
Regency (1811-1820)
Production Date
c 1820
Production Year Low
Production Year High
Production Town
Production Country
United Kingdom: England
Production Area Region
Northern Europe
Production Continent
Family Group

Topography Building Keyword
Inscription / Transcription
T Barker

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