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'A Mute Appeal'.
'A Mute Appeal'.
C. Burton Barber 1882 [in plate]. Painted by C.Burton Barber. Photogravure Goupil & Co. Printed in Paris.
Published December 1st 1884 E.E. Leggatt 62 Cheapside London Copyright registered New-York M. Knoedler & Co.
Photogravure. 650 x 520mm.
A small girl with her pug puts money into a basket around the neck of a plaintive beggar's dog. This is from one of numerous child and dog paintings executed by Charles Burton Barber (1845-1894) towards the end of his life. He attained great success with his paintings of children with their pets; during his life he received commissions from Queen Victoria, and a number of his portraits are in the Royal Collection.
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Trust.
Trust. From the original picture in the Collection of Charles Churchill Esq.re of Weybridge Park, to whom this Engraving is respectfully dedicated by The Publisher.
Painted by C. Burton Barber. Engraved by F. Stacpoole, A.R.A.
London, Published by Thomas Mc.Lean, Publisher to Her Majesty, April 16th 1889, 7, Haymarket, S.W.
Mixed method engraving, open-letter state. 700 x 540mm (27¾ x 21¼").
A small girl balances a sugar cube on the nose of a dog much larger than her. The girl was one of the nine children of Charles Churchill (1823-1905) a City timber broker who bought Weybridge Park in 1863. Another of his children was the subject of Barber's 'In Disgrace'. This is from one of numerous child and dog paintings executed by Charles Burton Barber (1845-1894) towards the end of his life. He attained great success with his paintings of children with their pets; during his life he received commissions from Queen Victoria, and a number of his portraits are in the Royal Collection.
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