Head of a rough-haired terrier

image CH 1996.31 Head of a rough haired terrier Format

Object

Painting

Title

Head of a rough-haired terrier

Material

Oil
Panel

Dimensions

height (Picture (frame internal)): 12cm
width (Picture (frame internal)): 17cm

Description

Head of a rough-haired terrier, looking to the left. It is brown and white with a black nose and ears. There is a studded collar around its neck. From the collection of Alexander Chalmers.

Production person

John Emms

Production person note

Emms was a sport and animal painter, who lived in London from 1880 and Lyndhurst, Hants, from 1887. He exhibited regularly from 1866 - 1899, with the following groups and venues: the Royal Society of Artists, Birmingham; Bruton Galleries; Dudley Galleries; Grosvenor Gallery; Walker Art Gallery, Liverpool; Manchester City Art Gallery; the Royal Academy; the Royal Society of British Artists; the Royal Institute of Painters in Water-colours; and the Royal Institute of Oil Painters.

Object number

CH 1996.31

On display?

No

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