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Sporting, Purebred and Pet - 19th Century Dog Paintings

Sporting, Purebred and Pet - 19th Century Dog Paintings
NEW YORK  •  William Secord Gallery  •  Ongoing
An exhibition and sale of over 30 paintings representing the range and diversity of nineteenth century animal artists and showcasing the many breeds characteristic of England, America and Europe. Among those included will be Bulldogs, Cavalier King Charles Spaniels, Dachshunds, Dandie Dinmont Terriers, English Setters, Foxhounds, Mastiff, Pointers, Pugs, Saint Bernards, White Highland Terriers and Yorkshire Terriers. A highlight of the exhibition is After the Ride, a painting by the animal painter George Earl (1824-1908). Other British works include St. Bernards in an Alpine Landscape by John Emms (1843-1912), Lets Play by Thomas Blinks (1853-1910), and Springer Spaniels by Arthur Wardle (1864-1949). Other works include Their Favorite Chair by the Belgian artist, Edmond Van Der Meulen (1841-1905), Frisette by French artist, Louis-Eugene Lambert (1825-1900) and Dachshunds at Rest by German artist, Ludwig Gustav Voltz (1825-1911), and Pointer and English Setters in a Landscape painted by an American artist, Edmund H. Osthaus (1853-1928).

William Secord Gallery Web Site

Contact: William Secord Gallery
52 East 76th St, 3rd Floor
New York
Tel: (1) 212 249 00 75

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