. Arthur Melville ARSA RSW (1855–1904). Watercolour, 10 x 15 inches; 25.4 x 38.2 cm. c.1898, signed. Provenance: Mrs Morton Robertson n.d., The Fine Art Society, 1980; Private Collection, Scotland. Although the precise location of Tobit’s Mill has not been identified, it seems likely that this splendid study of a tree was painted on the Thames, possibly near Pangbourne, where the artist worked in 1889. — Kenneth McConkey
- London, Royal Society of Painters in Watercolours, 1899, no.63
- Glasgow, Royal Glasgow Institute of the Fine Arts, 1907, no.98
- Edinburgh, Bourne Fine Art, Arthur Melville, 1855–1904, 1996, no.33
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