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A Sportsman shooting a Pheasant ~Abraham Cooper

£1,350.00

A Sportsman shooting a Pheasant ~Abraham Cooper

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A Sportsman shooting a Pheasant, pointers in landscape.

Abraham Cooper (1787-1868) British

Oil on panel: 6 1/2 x 8 ½ in. Frame: 9 x 11 in. Signed & indistinctively dated. Period gilt frames. Circa 1810

£ 1,350

Location: Hungerford

 

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Abraham Cooper

(1787-1868) British

A Sportsman shooting a Pheasant, pointers in landscape

Oil on panel: 6 1/2 x 8 ½ in. Frame: 9 x 11 in. Signed & indistinctively dated. Period gilt frames. Circa 1810

Abraham Cooper was a British animal and battle painter. He was made associate of the Royal Academy, and in 1820 he was elected Academician.

Museums: V&A, Tate.

Provenance: Private collection Isle of Man since purchased in Scotland, in 1960

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