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After George Stubbs (1724-1806) Fine Pet Portrait

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Dated 91 (1991)

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After George Stubbs (1724-1806) Fine Original King Charles Spaniel Oil Painting. This is a truly marvellous Original Oil on Canvas Painting after a very famous work by one of Britain's greatest ever artist's. George Stubbs (1724-1806). The incredibly detailed work portrays a friendly King Charles Spaniel within a leafy landscape. The original painting by Stubbs sold at Sotheby's Auction, London (Lot 450) on 4th December 2013 for a mega GBP 1,426.500. This stunning quality, original, signed, and dated work is a very faithful example which was executed during the late 20th Century (1991). Offered at just over £1.4 million cheaper than the original work, so a fabulous piece at a very good price! :-)

George Stubbs, (born Aug. 24, 1724, Liverpool, Eng.—died July 10, 1806, London), outstanding English animal painter and anatomical draftsman.

The son of a prosperous tanner, Stubbs was briefly apprenticed to a painter but was basically self-taught. His interest in anatomy, revealed at an early age, became one of the driving passions of his life. His earliest surviving works are 18 plates etched for Dr John Burton’s Essay Towards a Complete New System of Midwifery (1751). In the 1750s Stubbs made an exhaustive analysis of the anatomy of the horse. He rented a farmhouse in a remote Lincolnshire village, where, over a period of 18 months, he undertook the painstaking dissection of innumerable specimens. After moving permanently to London in 1760, Stubbs etched the plates for Anatomy of the Horse (1766), which became a major work of reference for naturalists and artists alike. Stubbs soon established a reputation as the leading painter of portraits of the horse. His masterly depictions of hunters and racehorses brought him innumerable commissions. Perhaps more impressive than the single portraits are his pictures of informal groups of horses, such as Mares and Foals in a Landscape (c. 1760–70).

Attributes:

Oil on Canvas Painting

Signed: 'B. T. Winch'

Dated: 91(1991)

Condition:

Mounted within a lovely gilt moulded frame, and offered in an overall superb original condition commensurate with age.

Note: the frame has a few blemishes to the leading edges.

Framed Measurements:

INCHES & CENTIMETRES

Height: 20.5'' | 52 cm

Width: 24.9'' | 63.2 cm

Depth: 1.8'' | 4.5 cm

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Dimensions: 

  • H: 52cm (20.5in)
  • W: 63cm (24.9in)
  • D: 5cm (1.8in)

Period: 

Dated 91 (1991)

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ARTSONLINE is a family run business with over 30 years of combined industry experience, so customer satisfaction is very important to us!

Why Choose Artsonline?

We stock a wonderfully eclectic mix of over 300 pieces at any one time, dating from the 16th Century, right through until our very latest and contemporary, 21st Century art.

All of our pieces are 100% original and authentic works of art, unless it is otherwise stated clearly in the advert listing as a reproduction.

Delivery

Artsonline ships worldwide, using only fully insured, priority and tracked delivery services. Great care and much time are taken over the safe transportation of the Fine Art & Antique pieces which we sell. We pack extremely carefully, so you can rest assured that your piece will arrive with you in perfect condition. For larger paintings, antique furniture pieces and fragile items which cannot be sent via the normal postal services, we use door-to-door delivery providers, who will deliver your piece in a timely manner, within approx 7-14 working days.

Returns Policy

Artsonline is proud to be one of the very few companies who offer a genuine no-quibble 30 day money back refund policy (excluding the cost of postage and packaging).

If on an extremely rare occasion a piece should arrive damaged, Artsonline will refund the entire purchase price, together with any return shipping costs.

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