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Sir edwin henry landseer,R.A. Sketch for Harvest in the Highlands (mk37) oil painting


Sketch for Harvest in the Highlands (mk37)
Painting ID::  25404
Sir edwin henry landseer,R.A.
Sketch for Harvest in the Highlands (mk37)
Oil on panel 18x24 3/4in

   
   
     

Sir edwin henry landseer,R.A. Lady Blessingham's Dog oil painting


Lady Blessingham's Dog
Painting ID::  30690
Sir edwin henry landseer,R.A.
Lady Blessingham's Dog
mk68 Oil on wood London, Victoria and Albert Museum 1832 Britain

   
   
     

Sir edwin henry landseer,R.A. Monarch of the Glen by Sir Edwin Landseer oil painting


Monarch of the Glen by Sir Edwin Landseer
Painting ID::  59522
Sir edwin henry landseer,R.A.
Monarch of the Glen by Sir Edwin Landseer
Monarch of the Glen by Sir Edwin Landseer, 1851: the image was widely distributed in steel engravings

   
   
     

Sir edwin henry landseer,R.A. Windsor Castle in Modern Times oil painting


Windsor Castle in Modern Times
Painting ID::  59524
Sir edwin henry landseer,R.A.
Windsor Castle in Modern Times
Windsor Castle in Modern Times (1841-1845) Queen Victoria and her family at Windsor Castle.

   
   
     

Sir edwin henry landseer,R.A. Saved oil painting


Saved
Painting ID::  59525
Sir edwin henry landseer,R.A.
Saved
Saved (1856) Landseer's paintings of dogs were highly popular among all classes of society.

   
   
     

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     Sir edwin henry landseer,R.A.
     1802-1873 Painter, draughtsman, sculptor and etcher, brother of (3) Charles Landseer. He became the best-known member of the family and was one of the most highly respected and popular British painters of the 19th century. He was first trained by his father, who taught him etching, and he then studied with Benjamin Robert Haydon and at the Royal Academy Schools in London. Precociously gifted, he drew competently from childhood and in 1813 he won the Silver Palette for draughtsmanship at the Society of Arts. In 1815 he exhibited at the Royal Academy for the first time, showing some drawings of a mule and of the heads of dogs. From an early age he was a frequent visitor to the menagerie in Exeter Change in the Strand, London,

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