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Sir Edwin Henry Landseer

Monarch of the Glen

$260

monarch glen thumb

Framed 24” x 25”

 2 1/2 inch solid Wood with a a Polished Walnut and Antique Gold finish

$255

Framed 23.5” x 23”

 2  inch Polished Walnut Burlwood

Elk big gold red

Framed 26.5” x 27”

Framed in a 3 3/4 Solid wood Antique Ornate
 Gold Frame with a red rub

$285

Elk Mahg

$255

Framed 23.5” x 23”

 2  inch Polished Dark Cherry  Burlwood

  Sir Edwin Henry LANDSEER was born in London 7th March 1802. He was the youngest son of John Landseer ARA. A boy prodigy - 9 of his drawings executed when he was only 5 years old are in the South Kensington Museum. Edwin became the most celebrated of Victorian England's animal painters.
He is perhaps best known for the LIONS in Trafalgar Square, London
He is perhaps best known for the LIONS in Trafalgar Square, London
SIR EDWIN LANDSEER MODELLING THE LIONS FOR TRAFALGAR SQUARE
His later years were clouded by periods of depression - he died in London in 1873. He was buried in St. Paul's Cathedral.
Collections of his work can be found in the British Library, the Fitzwilliam Museum and the Victoria and Albert Museum.