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A Pair Of Hounds Standing In A Landscape, Dated 1889, By Henry Frederick Lucas-lucas


"A Pair Of Hounds Standing In A Landscape, Dated 1889, By Henry Frederick Lucas-lucas"
Two Warwickshire hounds, named Hermit and Wildboy, standing in a landscape. Signed and dated 1889 (lower right) and signed, inscribed and dated on the reverse.
Oil on canvas in a giltwood frame
Dimensions: 26.5 x 38cm
Provenance:
Lord and Lady Willough De Broke
The collection of Tim Rootes and Obby Waller, Barton Hill House, Gloucestershire

Henry Frederick Lucas-Lucas (c.1848-1943) was born in Louth in Lincolnshire. In 1878 he moved to Rugby where he worked throughout his life, painting hunting scenes (especially of the Pytchley), racehorses, hunters, hounds and polo ponies. Earl Beatty was one of his main patrons. Several of his works were published as prints, with the best known one being 'Putting in the terriers', 1894. He normally signed both the front and reverse of his work.
Price : $7,900
Artist : Henry Frederick Lucas-lucas (1848-1943)
Period: 19th century
Style: Other Style
Condition : Very good, ready to hang condition

Material : Oil on canvas
Width : 38cm
Height : 26.5cm

Reference : 1140
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