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A Portrait of a Dog, Belonging to Lord Edward Bentinck1768
438 x 535 mm (17.2 x 21.1 in.)
James Watson, Irish, (ca. 1740–1790)
After George Barret, Irish, (1728–1784)
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- plate Dimensions: 438 x 535 mm (17.2 x 21.1 in.)
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James Watson, Irish, (ca. 1740–1790) George Barret, Irish, (1728–1784) . A Portrait of a Dog, Belonging to Lord Edward Bentinck, 1768. Mezzotint on laid paper. first of two states. plate : 438 x 535 mm (17.2 x 21.1 in.). Sheet : 441 x 538 mm (17.4 x 21.2 in.). DAC accession number 2002.7.1. Friends of the Davison Art Center funds donated by Ellen G. D’Oench (BA Wesleyan 1973, Trustee 1977–1979, DAC Curator 1979–1998), 2002.
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