Exclusive oil on canvas portrait of a Brittany hunting dog 19th century
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Exclusive oil on canvas portrait of a Brittany hunting dog 19th century


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Exclusive oil on canvas depicting the portrait of  An orange and white American Brittany hunting  dog breed .

This painting is a late 19th century quality work of art , and has been painted by the very talented hand

of Leon Viardot (1805-1899 )French school 19th century.

Very decorative and exclusive painting , perfect for all the dog painting collectors .

This exclusive oil on canvas is in very good condition, and framed in an original period frame


Additional information about the dog breed :

The Brittany was first recognized as a breed in 1907 when an orange and white male named Boy was registered in France.

As a result, the first standards were outlined in the same year.

America recognized the Brittany in 1931 and the breed was approved by the American Kennel Club in 1934.

In 1982 the “Spaniel” was officially dropped from the name


Extra info about the painting :


Title:   Portrait of a American Brittany hunting dog

Materials :   oil on canvas

Signature:  signed right below

Provenance:   private collection Brussels

Dimensions canvas : 27 cm x 35 cm

Dimensions frame  : 52 cm x 60 cm

Condition: very good condition

Artiste : Leon Viardot (1805-1899 )

School : French school 19th century




Sold with his original period frame .

Fast shipping via DHL Express and No import for The EU !!


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