Ward James - Ryelands The King's Ram art print

Brandywine General Store

SKU: 109 country decor

An archival premium Quality art Print of Ryelands Sheep, The King's Ram, The King's Ewe and Lord Somerville's Wether by James Ward for sale by Brandywine General Store. This oil on panel was finished by the artist between the period of 1801 to 1807. This was a portrait that Ward painted of three upscale wool producers when he spent a week at Windsor Castle. The two royal sheep belonged to King George III and the wether, a gelded male, belonged to Lord Sommerville, who was president of the Agricultural Board of England. According to the caption on the back of this picture these animals represented a new and improved breed of English livestock. Country Decor art print #109

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