19th c. English Fox Hunt Engraving Entitled THE FINISH OF THE RUN, Engraved by C.R. Stock After Painting by E.A.S. Douglas; March 1, 1889

19th C. English Fox Hunt Engraving Entitled THE FINISH OF THE RUN, Engraved By C.R. Stock After Painting By E.A.S. Douglas; March 1, 1889 – Hard To Find English Fox Hunt

Large English Engraving Entitled THE FINISH OF THE RUN | Engraved by C.R. Stock After Painting by E.A.S. Douglas, 1889.

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  • Description: Large English Engraving Entitled THE FINISH OF THE RUN | Engraved by C.R. Stock After Painting by E.A.S. Douglas; Published: London, March 1, 1889, by Arthur Ackerman, 191, Regent St. W, Printers: M. Knoedler & Co. New Yrok; Stiefbold & Co. Berlin | Engraved on woven paper; Beautifully matted and framed under glass; frame is custom made with checkered inlaid border | Approx. Size: Paper: 33.5″ W x 17.5″ H; Frame: 42.5″ W x 27″ H | Edward Algernon Stuart Douglas (British, 1850-died circa 1920), referred to as E.A.S. Douglas. He lived and worked in Barnes, England, near London. Douglas was a painter and printer of mainly hunting scenes, and exhibited at the Royal Academy between 1880 and 1892.
    Dimensions: Paper: 33.5″ W x 17.5″ H; Frame: 42.5″ W x 27″ H
    Artist or Maker: Engraved by C.R. Stock After Painting by Edward Algernon Stuart Douglas (British, 1850-died circa 1920)
    Medium: Engraving
    Date: March 1, 1889
    Literature: Catalogue of Sale, Anderson Galleries, Inc, Anderson Galleries, 1919, p. 10, No. 69; -Sale Catalogues: Miscellaneous, American Art Association, Anderson Galleries, 1919, p. 10, No. 69.
  • Artist / Maker

    Engraved by C.R. Stock After Painting by Edward Algernon Stuart Douglas (British, 1850-died circa 1920)

    Date

    March 1, 1889

    Frame

    Yes

    Kind

    Engravings, Prints

    Medium

    Engraving

    Origin

    United Kingdom

    Other

    Limited Edition, Matted

    Signed

    Yes

    Subject

    Equestrian, Figurative, Fox Hunt, Hunting, Landscape, Zoomorphic

    Support

    Paper

    Title

    THE FINISH OF THE RUN