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Mastiff engraving Scott Philip Reinagle dog

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Antique natural history print


Philip Reinagle was one of the best of the sporting artists who depicted dogs in late eighteenth century Britain. In Scotland he was a pupil of the celebrated Court painter, Allan Ramsay and in 1769 he traveled to England where he enrolled at the Royal Academy Schools. He soon came to specialize in depicting birds, dogs and horses, often presented in an extensive landscape. This engraving was produced for William Taplin's, The Sportsman's Cabinet; or, A Correct Delineation of the Various Dogs Used in the Sports of the Field, published in 1803.

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artist J Scott (1774-1827) after Philip Reinagle (1749-1815)
method Copper line engraving
date 1803
size 145mm by 200mm (image) 220mm by 280mm (sheet)