VINTAGE COLLIE DOG "FOUND" LOST LAMB SHEEP *CANVAS* ART
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Sold Date: 11/28/2006
Channel: Online Auction
FAMOUS COLLIE AND LOST LAMB "Found" or "Shepherd's Call" ~ Early 1900's Vintage Art ~ Professionally Printed on 100% Genuine Artist's Canvas Canvas Size 11" x 8 1/2" - Suitable for Framing GORGEOUS ANTIQUE IMAGE! We are so happy to offer you this beautiful reproduction of one of the most popular and endearing works of vintage Collie art. It features an old fashioned Collie dog, English Shepherd or Sheltie in a snowy wilderness crying out after finding a little lost lamb. It is a scene that will touch the heart of anyone who is fortunate enough to enjoy a copy of their own. This is truly an exceptional print from our collection ! (see how BEAUTIFUL this print can look when matted and framed below) Would you like this print in a LARGER SIZE ? Click or email us with your request. This print is brand new and in mint condition . It is printed on genuine canvas , and is so striking, with the texture of the canvas bringing out even more of this tender scene. NOTE: Walter Hunt has also created another most touching work of art featuring a Collie and Lamb entitled " THE SHEPHERD'S PET ". We carry this outstanding companion print as well and we invite you to view it for your consideration. Click Why not place these wonderful textured prints in your home or office, and frames and mats of your choosing, these canvases will make sizeable statements to showcase these exciting examples of vintage canine art. is a bit of history on 'Collie Art' for your information :
The Collie, due to his great beauty, has been a popular artist's model for well over 100 years. In the late 1800's and into the early 1900's Collies were very popular in both this country, as well as England. T are many artists that specialized in dog art, such as Daws, Kirmse and Van Dyck.However, t were other artists who were not known to specialize in dog art, but who often did scenes with the family dog. More often than not, that dog was a Collie! Several artists such as Heywood Hardy, Arthur Elsley and Charles Burton Barber specialized in period pieces (Victorian) with men, woman and children. Usually a Collie added a charming touch. Begin collecting our wonderful genuine canvas art prints and start your own art gallery with these classic paintings throughout your home and office ! Looking for more COLLIE AND SHELTIE art prints? We have an ever-expanding gallery of exciting and unique artwork and collectibles for your consideration! Click *** Try grouping these classic canvas prints together on a wall for a beautiful gallery effect *** ~ This is a new print, unframed, unmatted, and never before displayed ~ This art reproduction is so affordable that you can have it delivered to your home and enjoy this striking image right away ! PERFECT GIFT FOR ANY VINTAGE ART LOVER ! NEW Professional Glaze Finish included on each canvas art print! This exclusive glaze coating gives your canvas print the ultimate in a brilliant acid-free, protective and non-yellowing shine reminiscent of an oil painting. The brilliance and richness of this process is quite beautiful and adds an even richer color and depth to your AWESOMETREATS work of art! If you are the first to bid on this auction using the Buy-It-Now option, YOU WIN ! T is no chance of being outbid - DON'T WAIT! Our professional artist's canvas was specifically developed to resist fading and yellowing and will last 100+ years under normal conditions. Watermark will not appear on purchased artwork
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