A Bit of the Fort, Agra

A Bit of the Fort, Agra



Reginald Barratt was a painter of landscapes and architectural subjects. He was educated at King’s College and was articled to study architecture under Norman Shaw before studying in Paris under Lefevre and Bouguereau. He worked for a time as an illustrator for The Graphic and the Daily Graphic. He travelled much in the Middle East and Italy and was commissioned by Queen Victoria to paint her favourite view in Florence. From 1885 he exhibited at the Royal Academy, New Watercolour Society and New Gallery, becoming AWRS in 1901 and RWS in 1913. He was also a Fellow of the Royal Geographical Society. His one man exhibitions A Collection of Watercolour Drawings Illustrating India and Egypt was held at the Fine Art Society in 1894 and Watercolours of India at the Leicester Galleries, London in 1912.


Height 74.93 cm / 29 "
Width 54.61 cm / 21 "
Framed height 133.35 cm / 52 "
Framed width 113.03 cm / 44 "