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Artist: Herbert Dicksee

'Thirst' after the original work by Herbert Dicksee. Artist's proofs on vellum (limited) with the remarque of a cobra at the bottom margin. Published by Frost & Reed 1911 and within a period oak frame. English circa 1910.

Herbert Thomas Dicksee (1862–1942) was an English painter who specialised in oil paintings of dogs, particularly the deerhound. He belonged to an illustrious artistic family, his father being the artist John Dicksee (1817–1905). Herbert studied art at the Slade School, London, on a scholarship, and his first painting was exhibited in 1881.

For more about Herbert Dicksee please see "The Loupe'.

w:38 in x h:28.5 in. Image 27 in x 17 in

Item Code: 1970

£ 1450

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