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Where's Master

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Artist: Herbert Dicksee

'Where's Master' signed artist's proof on vellum with the remarque of the name tag declaring the subject to be King Edward V11's terrier Caesar. The original work exhibited at the Royal Academy in 1911. Published by Frost and Reed in the same year. 
Within a period blackened oak frame.

Herbert Thomas Dicksee (1862–1942) was an English painter who specialised in oil paintings of dogs, particularly the deerhound. He belonged to an illustrious artistic family, his father being the artist John Dicksee (1817–1905). Herbert studied art at the Slade School, London, on a scholarship, and his first painting was exhibited in 1881.

Please see 'The Loupe' for more about Herbert Dicksee.

33.75 in x 26.75 in; plate 22.75 in x 15.75 in;

Item Code: 1538

£ 980

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