Sidney Richard Percy, 1821-1886, was an English landscape painter during the Victorian era. The artist had his greatest success painting landscapes of grazing cattle, set against backgrounds of distant mountains and cloudy skies. The prevailing hues of Sidney Richard Percy paintings were earth tones and soft greens, accentuated by a variety of pastel hues. The detail in his oil painting is part of its appeal. Prince Albert the Royal consort in 1854 gave Percy art as a gift to his wife Queen Victoria. His Landscape with cattle and figures was sold in 2000 at for $195,656 USD. -- The Copyright of Scripts is Reserved by Toperfect.