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Long was born at Kelston, near Bath. Although portraiture provided him with a good living in Bath, he was keen to broaden his horizons. By the late 1850s he was travelling around Europe in search of inspiration. He moved away from Bath permanently, but never lost his fondness for the city and called his London home 'Kelston'. He became very famous for painting exotic scenes set in foreign countries, featuring beautiful young women.
oil on canvas
H 50.8 x W 45.7 cm
BATVG : P : 1923.4
gift from Alderman Cedric Chivers, 1923