A Frith found, and a Frith lost

June 20 2012

Image of A Frith found, and a Frith lost

Picture: Guardian

Funny how these things come at once - in the same week an exhibition highlights a long lost work by William Powell Frith (of Kate Nickleby, painted for Charles Dickens and seen in the engraving above), an auction house, Boningtons in Essex, finds a newly discovered work by the artist (The Rejected Poet, below).

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