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MAUD EARL (1864-1943)

1864 to 1943, England

Spaniel putting up a pheasant

Oil on canvas

signed

16.00 x 20.00 inch    40.64 x 50.80 cm


Spaniel putting up a pheasant

Maud Earl is one of the best known and highly regarded painters of pedigree dogs in the nineteenth century. She was born into an artistic family and her father was the well-known dog artist, George Earl, while her uncle was Thomas Earl who also painted dogs, horses and other animals. Taught by her father, Maud was very quick to develop her own style a...
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