For many years Buss made sure he had pictures in the Spring Exhibition at the Royal Academy--which was an artist's showcase for prospective clients. Like many other leading artists he also exhibited at the British Institution and the famous Suffolk Street Gallery. A number of his oils were so popular that they were engraved and printed for a wider audience.

A Bitter Morning

The Frosty Reception

Soliciting a Vote


The Introduction of Tobacco

Watt's First Experiment

The Monopolist

The Stingy Traveller

The Bitter Morning


DESCRIPTION: A Bitter Morning. Painted in oils for exhibition at the British Institution in 1831, size 2ft 6in. x 2ft. It proved very popular as an engraving by Thomas Fairland.

SIZE: Easy to frame print size, 8 x 7 inches.

PROVENANCE: Family collection

Limited edition art prints with signed Certificate of Authenticity. $55 Reference number ENG001