Exclusive oil on canvas depicting the portrait of a collie dog breed .
This painting is a late 19th century quality work of art , and has been painted by a very talented hand .
Attributed to Charles II Van Den Eycken (1859-1923) , Belgian school 19th century.
Very decorative and exclusive paintings , so it’s perfect for the dog painting collectors .
This exclusive oil on canvas is in very good condition, and it’s framed in his original period frame .
Additional information about the dog breed :
The Collie dog breed is a native of Scotland, mostly of the Highland regions but also bred in the Scottish Lowlands and northern England, where they were used primarily as a herding dog.
They’re great family companions and are still capable herding dogs .
The exact origin of the name collie is uncertain; it may derive from the Scots word for ‘coal’
The collie name usually refers to dogs of Scottish origin which have spread into many other parts of the world, often being called sheepdog or shepherd dog elsewhere.
Extra info about the painting :
Title: Portrait of a collie dog
Materials : oil on canvas
Signature: not signed
Provenance: private collection Brussels
Dimensions canvas : 52 cm x 72 cm
Dimensions frame : 60 cm x 80 cm
Condition: very good condition
Artiste : Attributed to Charles II Van Den Eycken (1859-1923)
School : Belgian school 19th century
Style : Impressionism
Sold with his original period frame .
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