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The Eiger, near Mürren

Photo credit: Royal Academy of Music

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The mountain appears as a tall snow-covered peak with smaller peaks in the distance on the right, and rocky outcrops with green grass. The artist, conductor Sir Henry J. Wood (1869–1944) has noted on the verso 'The Eiger from my hotel in Murren'.

Royal Academy of Music

London


Date

1931

Medium

oil on canvas

Measurements

H 60 x W 44.5 cm

Accession number

2003.1676

Acquisition method

presented by Lady Jessie Wood, 1971

Work type

Painting

Inscription description

HJW; and signed and dated (verso). On the rear of the canvas, around the stretcher, in ink: 'The Eiger from Murren, July 28th 1931. Oil painting Sir Henry J. Wood'. With a small torn label numbered 27 on the rear, in ink: 'The Eiger from my Hotel, Murren, Painted by Henry J. Wood'


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