This elegant and classic study of sporting dogs was originally done by Thomas Blinks in 1892.
It features four Pointers and a Terrier, and it is titled “Four Kings and a Knave.”
Thomas Blinks (1860-1912) was born and lived throughout his live in and around London. He was largely self-taught, and became quite well-known for his paintings of setters and pointers. Today, his art can be seen in many museums and galleries in London.
This exquisite oleograph is framed under glass in a classic wood frame. The oleograph gives it the look of an aged patina, that separates it from the appearance of a standard print. It is pencil-signed, titled and dated.
It is a large piece, measuring 33″ tall x 26″ wide (including the frame.) It is in excellent condition.
This stunning dog portrait would immediately become the focal point of any room or wall gallery. It is the perfect addition to any home of sporting dog enthusiasts.
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