"Dogs watching a rat" - Harry Bright (1846-1895) 17¾" x 21¾"
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This nineteenth century painting of dogs eagerly watching a rat is by English artist Harry Bright (1846-1895). Harry Bright was the son of Henry Barnabus Bright (1824–1876) their work is often confused.
Works by Harry Bright have been exhibited by The Tate collection in London.
This painting has been repaired, cleaned and re-varnished and the frame is original.
Approx. overall including frame 17¾ x 21¾" Approx. overall including frame 45cm x 55cm