by Alfred W. Rich?
The painting is 13.5" x 10.5" and is signed "Alfred W. Rich 1894". Rich
was a well-known watercolorist in his era and wrote a book called "Water Color Painting" which went through many printings. From what I can tell, he painted mainly in England, and mainly landscapes and townscapes. He very rarely painted people in his pictures, and in this particular one, you can see why. Even his cows and sheep in other pictures are not very good.
There is nothing written on the back of the sheet to identify the location. Possible clues are the places where he mentions going to do paintings in his book, which include: Sussex (Amberley, Mihurst), Kent, Warwickshire, Chipping Campden, Wiltshire, Berkshire, Hampshire, Winchester, Lincolnshire, Boston, Hertfordshire, Woodhall, Rickmansworth, Yorkshire (Richmond and Swaledale), Shropshire, Rye, Winchelsea, Chatham, London, Oxford, Gloucestershire. But then, the book was published first in 1918, so this painting was done 24 years earlier.