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. At present we only have a meagre selection of images of Buss' oils.
DESCRIPTION: In this charming scene the little girl evidently does not wish her father to leave to
attend to his business. So she playfully steals his hat to delay his departure.
Size: 42.1 x 35.8 in. / 107 x 91 cm. Sold at Sotheby's Olympia: Thursday, January 25, 2007 [Lot 27]. British and Continental pictures.
PROVENANCE: Information from Artnet