Apr 16, 2024 11:00 EST

Fine Art Including Sporting Art & Dogs in Art®

 
  Lot 550
 

550

British School

19th Century
Tri-Colored English Toy Spaniel
Inscribed or stamped John Challenger on the reverse
Oil on canvas
10 x 12 inches (25.4 x 30.5 cm)

Provenance:
Thomas O'Neal Collection

Frame: 13 1/4 x 15 1/4 inches

Sold for $640
Estimated at $700 - $900

Includes Buyer's Premium


 

19th Century
Tri-Colored English Toy Spaniel
Inscribed or stamped John Challenger on the reverse
Oil on canvas
10 x 12 inches (25.4 x 30.5 cm)

Provenance:
Thomas O'Neal Collection

Frame: 13 1/4 x 15 1/4 inches

Wax lined; craquelure throughout; could use a light cleaning; frame rubbing; scattered spots of inpainting.

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Auction: Fine Art Including Sporting Art & Dogs in Art®, Apr 16, 2024

  • Auction of Fine Art Including Sporting Art & Dogs in Art® on April 16, 2024

  • Featuring Paintings, Prints & Sculpture Devoted to Dogs, Horses & Sporting Art

  • Consignments Are Currently Being Accepted for Future Auctions


NEW YORK, NY -- Paddles were wagging at Doyle's popular auction of Fine Art Including Sporting Art & Dogs in Art® on April 16, 2024. Showcased were works spanning the late 19th century to the present day, including a special section of paintings, sculpture, drawings, prints and other objects devoted to dogs, horses and sporting art.

Percival Rosseau
Top dog at the sale was A Moment's Rest - Foxhounds at a Ford  from 1926 by Percival Rosseau (1859-1937) that achieved $48,000, more than doubling its $18,000-22,000 estimate. Rosseau was born in Louisiana and studied in Paris at the Academie Julian. A painting of his wife with two Irish wolfhounds exhibited at the Paris Salon in 1904 was so well received by the critics that he began specialize in painting dogs. Rosseau returned to the United States in 1915, joined the art colony at Old Lyme, Connecticut, and pursued his specialty of painting scenes of sporting dogs.


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Paintings & Sculpture: Shani Toledano, 212-427-4141, ext 236, Paintings@Doyle.com
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