Friday, 3 June 2016

Edwin Landseer – part 5

1860s Edwin Landseer
carte-de visite 8.3 x 5.6 cm
National Portrait Gallery, London

Sir Edwin Henry Landseer (1802 – 1873) was an English artist best known for his animal paintings and sculptures. Landseer’s popularity in Victorian Britain was considerable, and his reputation as an animal painter was unrivalled. He is particularly associated with Scotland, which he first visited in 1824, and you will see that many of his works are of Scottish subjects. In 1858 the government commissioned Landseer to make four (now famous) bronze lions for the base of Nelson’s Column in Trafalgar Square. Edwin Landseer died in October 1873, and his death was widely marked in England. He was buried in St. Paul’s Cathedral, London.

For fuller notes on Landseer see part 1, and for earlier works see parts 1 - 4 also. This part 5 of a 6 – part series on the works of Edwin Landseer:

1850 (exhibited) A Dialogue at Waterloo
Oil on canvas 193.7 x 388 cm
Tate, London

1850c Portrait of John Gibson, R.A.
Oil on canvas 92.5 x 72 cm
Royal Academy of Arts, London

1850c The Honourable Mrs Norton
Oil, charcoal and crayon on canvas 91.5 x 71.1 cm
Nottingham Castle Museum and Art Gallery, Nottingham

1851 Monarch of the Glen
Oil on canvas 163.8 x 169 cm
National Museum of Scotland

1851c A Group of Animals, Geneva
Oil on canvas 144.8 x 261.6 cm
Los Angeles County Museum of Art, Los Angeles, CA

1852 The Deer Pass
Oil on canvas 98.7 x 210.8 cm
National Museum of Wildlife, Jackson, Wyoming

before 1853 Morning (Two Dead Stags and a Fox)
Oil on canvas 142.2 x 261.6 cm
Philadelphia Museum of Art, PA

before 1853 Night (Two Stags Battling by Moonlight)
Oil on canvas 142.2 x 261.6 cm
Philadephia Museum of Art, PA

1856 (Exhibited) Saved
Oil on canvas

1859 Saved! Mixed media in chine collé after Edwin Landseer
British Museum, London

1866-72c He is Saved
Lithograph after Edwin Landseer 20 x 31.4 cm (image)
Philadelphia Museum of Art, PA

1858 A Stag at Tarbet
Pastel on paper 33 x 50 cm
Private Collection

1858-59c Doubtful Crumbs
Oil on canvas 62.2 x 74.6 cm
Wallace Collection, London

1860 Study of a Dog Lying Down
Oil on canvas
Yale Centre for British Art, New Haven, CT

1860c Deerstalker's Return (after Edwin Landseer)
Etching 14.6 x 17.6 cm published by Ernest Gambart

1860c Dogs Worrying a Frog (after Edwin Landseer)
Etching published by Ernest Gambart

1860c Four Irish Greyhounds (after Edwin Landseer)
Etching published by Ernest Gambart

1860c Flood in the Highlands
Oil on canvas 177.8 x 312.7 cm
Aberdeen Art Gallery and Museums, UK

n.d. Mother and Child: Sketch for 'The Flood'
Black and white chalk with stump, heightened with pastel, on grey paper 41.8 x 33.9 cm

1860c Study of a Greyhound
Oil on card 12.7 x 9.5 cm
Yale Centre for British Art, New Haven, CT

1860c The Ladies Pets (After Edwin Landseer)
Etching published by Ernest Gambart

1860c The Sweep (After Edwin Landseer)
Etching published by Ernest Gambart

1861 The Shrew Tamed (aka The Pretty Horsebreaker)
Oil on canvas 84 x 128 cm

1862c Study of a Lion
Oil on canvas 91.4 x 137.8  cm
Tate, London

1864 Man Proposes God Disposes
Oil on canvas
Royal Holloway College, University of London

1865 Lady Godiva's Prayer
Oil on canvas 143 x 112 cm
Herbert Art Gallery and Museum, Coventry, UK

1865 Queen Victoria in Windsor Home Park
Oil on canvas 89.5 x 72.5 cm
Wolverhampton Art Gallery, UK

1865-67 Queen Victoria at Osborne
Oil on canvas 147.8 x 211.9 cm
Royal Collection Trust, Osborne House, UK

1866 Study of Wayside Plants
Oil on canvas 26 x 33 cm
The New Art Gallery, Walsall, UK

1866 The Arab Tent
Oil on canvas 154 x 226 cm
Wallace Collection, London

1867 The Wild Cattle of Chillingham
Oil on canvas 228 x 156.3 cm
Laing Art Gallery, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, UK

1867c Deer of Chillingham Park, Northumberland
Oil on canvas 228.5 x 155.3 cm
Laing Art Gallery, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, UK

1868 Chevy
Oil on canvas 138.4 x 210.8 cm
Detroit Institute of Arts, Detroit, Michigan

1868 Rent-day in the Wilderness
Oil on canvas 122 x 265 cm
Scottish National Gallery, Edinburgh

1869c The Swannery Invaded by Eagles
Oil on canvas 175.3 x 277 cm
Private Collection

1870c Retrievers with a Hare
Oil on canvas 122 x 160 cm
McManus: Dundee's Art Galleries and Museums, Scotland, UK

1935-40c Head of a Hind
Oil on board 53 x 45 cm
Walker Art Gallery, Liverpool, UK

1973 Studies of Animals
Charcoal and pencil heightened with white 20.6 x 27.8 cm
The Cleveland Museum of Art, Ohio

n.d (Attributed to) Lady Scott
Pencil 18.4 x 8.8 cm
National Portrait Gallery London

n.d A Deer Fallen from a Precipice
Oil on board 47 x 60 cm
Private Collection

n.d. (attributed to) 'Brilliant', a Horse at Manger
Oil on canvas 51 x 61 cm
Mount Stewart - National Trust, Newtownards, Belfast, UK

n.d. A Bullock Train Attacked by a Lion
Oil on canvas 192.5 x 259.5 cm
Dumfries Museum, UK

n.d. A Dead Stag, With Sketched Figures of a Ghilie and Hounds
Oil on board 48 x 60.5 cm

n.d. A Deer Just Shot
Oil on board 47 x 60 cm
Private Collection

n.d. A Dog on Alert
Oil on canvas 44 x 56 cm
Nunnington Hall, Yorkshire - National Trust, UK

n.d. A Highland Maiden
Oil on panel 23 x 34 cm
Private Collection

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