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Art prints & frames, handmade in England since 1982

By Loch Treachlan Glencoe, Morning Mists, 1907

Art print by Louis Bosworth Hurt #213822

Louis Bosworth Hurt


Hurt was a 19th Century artist who achieved great success by painting subject matter with which he felt a great affinity.

Born in Ashbourne, Derbyshire in 1856, he studied art under George Turner of Barrow-on-Trent. His inspiration, however, came from Highland landscapes in particular and, after exhibiting at the Royal Academy, he had built himself a reputation as a fine painter of Highland scenes and cattle. Hurt died in 1929.

As a measure of his popularity, when originally sold Hurt's painting of Highland Cattle reached a price of £65; today the price would be in tens of thousands of pounds!