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Anna Mary Richards Brewster accompanied her father, noted marine painter William Trost Richards, on several trips abroad in the early 1890s and spent a year working alone in Clovelly in Devon, England, in 1895, where Knitting was likely painted. It is one of many scenes she created during her stay capturing the rustic homes, cobbled streets and hardworking residents of the fishing village.
Private collection, Newburyport, Massachusetts
- (torn, handwritten): – 20 / Knitting
- (old sticker) 216 / 15 / (handwritten) 307