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Druid,
Druid, A Polled Angus Bull bred by and the Property of the Earl of Southesk.
Gourlay Steell [signed in plate.] Clark Stanton Lith.
Steam Lithographing & Printing Coy. Published at The Farmer Office 150 Fleet Street London. [c.1870s.]
Lithograph, printed area 185 x 230mm. 7¼ x 9". Trimmed.
A prize bull; the owner's Scottish castle in the landscape in the background. After Gourlay Steell (1819 - 1894), animal painter dubbed the 'Scottish Landseer' who received many aristocratic commissions for his work.
[Ref: 16043]   £140.00   (£168.00 incl.VAT)
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[The Queen's Dogs.]
[The Queen's Dogs.]
Gourlay Steell. 1867.
Published by T. & R. Annan, Glasgow 10th September 1885.
Coloured photogravure on chine collé, signed by the artist. 480 x 445mm (19 x 17½"). Some slight soiling. Small margins.
Three of Queen Victoria's dogs: Noble, a Cheviot-breed collie, lying on a divan; Waldman, a dachshund; and Corran, a Skye terrier. After Gourlay Steell (1819-94), animal painter dubbed the 'Scottish Landseer' who received many aristocratic commissions for his work. In 1872 he succeeded Edwin Landseer as Queen Victoria's Animal Painter. This portrait was probably painted at Balmoral.
[Ref: 47811]   £350.00  
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