Newfoundland Dog, 1803
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Newfoundland Dog, 1803

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Est. Arrival: Jun 18 - Jun 26
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COLOR artwork: black/white; mat: beige with gold lining
CONDITION Excellent
DIMENSIONS 16" L x 14" H
ERA Antique: 19th century
MADE IN England
MADE OF ink on paper
SKU 77381767
ESTIMATED ARRIVAL Jun 18 - Jun 26
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Welcome to Prints with a Past. Since 1997 we have shared our love of original antique and vintage prints with our clients. The business grew out of our enjoyment in antiquing while living in Bucks County, Pennsylvania and collecting prints for our home and to give as gifts. We take great pride in presenting a diverse selection of original engravings and lithographs from the late 1700s through early 1900s, and sharing the story about each one. —Your hosts, Nancy and Dick Bossler.
Why we love this
Original engraving of a Newfoundland Dog from an early-19th-century English guide to "dogs used in the sports of the field." Based after a painting by the British artist Philip Reinagle (1749-1833) who specialized in sporting themes. Displayed in a conservation mat. Image, 9.75"L x 8"H; overall, 16"L x 14"H. Includes a certificate with additional information and copy of accompanying text pages.
About the Seller
Welcome to Prints with a Past. Since 1997 we have shared our love of original antique and vintage prints with our clients. The business grew out of our enjoyment in antiquing while living in Bucks County, Pennsylvania and collecting prints for our home and to give as gifts. We take great pride in presenting a diverse selection of original engravings and lithographs from the late 1700s through early 1900s, and sharing the story about each one. —Your hosts, Nancy and Dick Bossler.