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"Fire worshippers" dry-point etching by Herbert Thomas Dicksee (1862-1942)

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"Fire worshippers" dry-point etching by Herbert Thomas Dicksee (1862-1942)

"Fire worshippers", a pencil signed artist’s proof dry-point etching of a King Charles Cavalier Spaniel and a Scottish Deerhound by Herbert Thomas Dicksee R.E (1862-1942). Exhibited, 1899 at the Royal Academy, exhibit number 1515. Lettered middle bottom “London, Published 1899, by C E Clifford & Co., 21 Haymarket SW”, beneath signed in pencil “Herbert Dicksee”. It was first published, 1899, by printsellers C E Clifford & Co., of 200 Piccadilly, later of 21 Haymarket. Frost and Reed further published the work in 1906. There is an example of the etching in the National Trust property, Tyntesfield, North Somerset. In original black ebonised frame. English, 1899.

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Medium Group: Paintings

Year: 1899


Breed: King Charles Cavalier Spaniel

Artist: Dicksee, RE, Thomas Herbert






Dimensions: 42 x 65 cm / 16 ½ x 25½ inches


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