Black LABRADOR Dog – ORIGINAL etching by George Vernon Stokes – stock #16415
A finely executed etching with colour of two setter dogs with a landscape by the famed dog and sporting artist George Vernon Stokes (1873-1954). This example is titled “Labrador” and has a black Labrador dog retrieving a pheasant within a landscape. The etching is signed in pencil and within the image and also numbered 28/75 in pencil. It is presented with a new mount and within it’s original oak frame
George Vernon Stokes was born in London and educated privately. He exhibited widely including at the Royal Academy (from 1907), The Royal Society of British Artists, RI and RMS. Elected RBA (1930) and RMS (1896). He contributed black and white dog illustrations to ‘Punch.’ (1905) The Illustrated London News’ (1915), ‘The Graphic’ and ‘The Sphere.’ Published ‘How to Draw and Paint Dogs.’
|Image – 29.5cm by 24cm
Frame – 53.5cm by 50cm
|Signed within the plate and in pencil.
Numbered 28/75 in pencil.
|No rips, tears, staining or foxing. New mount and original oak wood frame.|
|Price GB Pounds
|Available to Purchase||
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