Portrait Of A Collie Dog [F Quincey]
A late 19th-century portrait of a charming rough-coated collie dog in a seated position. At its feet, a parcel, presumably containing its owner’s lunch, is adjacent to what appears to be a drinking canteen. It’s clearly a well-behaved dog given that the food is still intact…
Signed and dated.
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|Medium||Oil on canvas|
24” x 20” / 51cm x 61cm
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A few holes in the canvas, craquelure, and some minor paint losses.