William Moore, Portrait Of A Boy & Dog

William Moore, Portrait Of A Boy & Dog

This fine portrait by British artist William Moore (1790-1851) depicts a young man and his treasured puppy. He’s holding a feather to distract the young pup while Moore captures their image.

His outfit dates to the 1830s and he appears to be wearing a tailcoat, white shirt, black necktie, waistcoat and white trousers. A hat with a light blue ribbon rests on his left.

William Moore was a notable artist and the father of Albert Moore (1841-1893). He’s best known for his depiction of Charles Dickens and also referred to as William Moore of York or William Moore Senior.

Learn more about William Moore in our directory.

Framed and glazed.

Medium: Pencil and watercolour
Overall size: 12” x 14½” / 31cm x 37cm
Year of creation: c. 1835
Condition: Artwork presents well. Minor foxing where the paper has darkened. Frame with some minor wear.
Artist’s auction highlight: £3,200 achieved for a watercolour in 2013.

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