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R.S. Moseley (exh. 1862-1893) "Portrait of a dog", oil on panel, 1881 1750 EUR
R.S. Moseley (exh. 1862-1893) "Portrait of a dog", oil on panel, 1881
Titled by the author "Dot - a well beknowen and favourite hound", this curious dog portrait is a work of well-listed Victorian artist R.S. Moseley.
R.S. Moseley was a painter of genre and animals, who between 1862 and 1893 exhibited at the London Royal Academy (1863-1880), British Institution and other locations. Among his dog paintings shown at the Royal Academy were "If the dog is awake - why the shepherd may sleep" (1870) and "The dog of the Alps" (1879).
Provenance: Bonhams New York, February 16, 2011, Lot 185 (see our image nr.6)
Creation Year: 1881
Measurements: UNFRAMED:33,0x25,4cm/13,0x10,0in FRAMED: 46,7x39,2cm/18,4x15,4in
Object Type: Framed oil painting
Style: Animalist paintings
Technique: oil on panel
Inscription: verso: signed, titled, and dated 1881 (see image)
Creator: R.S. Moseley
Creator Dates: exh. btwn. 1862-1893
Nationality: English / British
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