Portrait of 'Tyneside', purportedly, (Bedlington Terrier), 1873
Signed and dated George Earl f. 73 (lr)
Oil on Academy board, framed as an oval
18 1/2 x 19 1/4 inches (47 x 48.9 cm)
Ken Bouden, The Bedlington Terrier, 1991, p. 27, illus.
According to the Bedlington Club of American records, "Tyneside" was the subject of a painting by George Earl and was bred by Thomas Pickett, the Duke of Bedlington.
Additional Notes & Condition Report
Unable to examine out of the frame (taped to mat along the perimeter of the oval.
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