- Dignity and Impudence, 1839
- Sir Edwin Henry Landseer
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- Oil paint on canvas 89 x 69 cm
Landseer is best known for his paintings of dogs in the 1830s and this is his most popular work. The bloodhound and scotch terrier belonged to Landseer’s friend, advisor and manager, Jacob Bell. Parodying the dutch portrait style - where the image would be framed by a door or window with the subject’s hand draped over the edge - Landseer liked to give his animal subjects human characteristics.
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