William Goodall, Ornithological Watercolors, Red Crested Cockatoo, Strike

William Goodall (British, 1757-1844)

William Goodall, Ornithological Watercolors, Red Crested Cockatoo, Strike, Image 1

Signed "W. Goodall" lower center margin, headed with class and genus at top and identified by species underneath the subject.

William Goodall was educated at Eton and became an ordained priest of the Church of England. He served as absentee rector at All Saints Church, Marsham, near Aylsham in Norfolk from 1787-1844. In 1788 he married the sole heiress of Dinton Hall, Buckinghamshire, making him lord of the manor and a Justice of the Peace for Bucks.

His painting became a lifelong hobby, and he did many works of animals, birds, andplants.

Date: 1790-1820

Measurement: 13.25" x 8.25"

Material: Watercolor and ink on paper

Condition: Fine, strong color

Reference: See Locke, M., and Collins, J.V. (2001) "Who was W. Goodall?" In: The Linnean; Newsletter and Proceedings of The Linnean Society of London, 17: 28-47.


SKU: 1245-40

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