Date of Publication 1929
Signed,Limited Edition print of 210
In the 1920s watercolourists did not qualify for election to The Royal Academy.
Russell Flint would always submit oil paintings for the summer exhibition.
In 1927, he submitted a canvas 48" x 60" 'Chattels', also 'Flowers and Laquer'.
It was not greatly admired, and the art-historian of the time P.G Konody was quite critical of the work.