Paintings by George Morland - 19
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Girl Feeding Pigs

Girl Feeding Pigs

Girl Feeding Pigs. Also titled "Girl and Pigs" (Baily) - From the engraving by W. Ward.

Guinea-Pigs. From the engraving by T. Gaugain, 1789. Stipple.

Guinea-Pigs

Anonymous engraver after a picture by George Morland.
Size 21 x 15 inches. Ref W015. (approx 53 x 38 cms.)

Guinea Pigs

Dancing Dogs
From the engraving by T.Gaugain, 1790.

George Morland (1736-1804) (after)
Thomas Gaugain (1748-1810) (engraver)
Dancing Dogs
T. Philipe, Pall Mall Court, London: 1796 (first published 1789-90)
Stipple Engraving, Color Printed and Finished by Hand
Wove Paper, Partial Watermark "J. Whatman"
21 3/4 x 16 1/2 Inches (sheet size)
20 by 15 1/2 inches, 507 by 402 mm., image
31 1/2 by 26 inches, Framed

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The Dancing Dogs
Oil on canvas; 30 x 25 1/8 in. (76.2 x 63.8 cm)

Morland in his Studio Surrounded by his Animal Pets. From the print in "Eccentric Mirror," 1807.

Title from the wrapper of a Drawing-Book by George Morland.

Title from the wrapper of a Drawing-Book by George Morland.

George Morland at his Work - From the engraving by J.R. Smith, 1805.

St. James's Park
From the engraving by F.D.Soiron. Published by T. Gaugain in 1790. Stipple.

St. James's Park

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