PRESENTING A GORGEOUS and HIGHLY DESIRABLE 19C Oil on Canvas Highland Rovers at Loch Earn by HR Hall.

Circa 1890-1900 and painted by Henry Robinson Hall, a renowned British Artist, known for his Scottish Highland scenes.

LARGE and IMPRESSIVE Original and authentic painting in it’s original gilt frame 35′ x 48′.

Signed on bottom left “H.R. Hall”, an authentic signature. Also, signed by artist on the back with notation: “Highland Rovers, Loch Earn, N.B., H.R. Hall”

Also noted is: “Prepared by G. Robertson & Co Ltd, PA (?) Long Acre, London”.

It features a number of Highland Cattle roaming through grass, heather and gorse at Loch Earn in the Highlands of Scotland. The ‘Loch’ is to one side and misty mountains to the rear.

Provenance: Acquired by us from the Estate of a well known and wealthy Dallas Collector who collected fine art and furniture during the last quarter of the 20th Century from all over the World. He was specifically attracted to authentic Highland Cattle paintings and we also acquired a fabulous pair by John Morris which are separately listed.


Henry Robinson Hall (1859–1927) was a Victorian and Edwardian landscape painter in oils and watercolors noted for his Highland cattle.

Hall was born to Eliza Robinson in the City of York in 1859 and died on 31 May 1927 at Barrow-in-Furness. He lived in the City of YorkElswickBlackpoolWoodlandConiston and Barrow-in-Furness, and married Mary Annie née Bleasdale. He is buried in the yard of St. Andrews parish church at Coniston.

Hall was a painter who exhibited at the Royal Academy in 1902 and was a fellow of the North British Academy of Arts.

Hall’s known works include:

  • A Cattle Raid in the Highlands (1890).
  • Coniston Lake from Lake Bank (nd).
  • Denizen of the Highlands (nd).
  • Drover with Cows by Lake Buttermere Evening (nd).
  • Evening Glow (1902) 
  • Highland Cattle (nd).
  • Highland Cattle above Loch Maree (nd).
  • Highland Cattle Loch Lomond (nd).
  • Highland Cattle, Isle of Skye (nd).
  • River Wyre Nr Poulton-le-Fylde (1897).
  • The Dying Stag (1896).
  • The Ghyll, Coniston, Cumbria (nd).
  • The Home of the Golden Eagle (nd).
  • The Young Falconer (nd).


19C Oil on Canvas Highland Rovers at Loch Earn by HR Hall.

Provenance: From a High-end Private Dallas Estate.

Condition: Good original condition. No tears. A few minor blemishes on frame.

Dimensions: In frame 35 inches tall, 46 inches wide and 3.5 inches deep.


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