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Crossing The Tay, Antique Otter Hunting Engraving, Frederick Tayler

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Reference
28134
Height
56 cm (22")
Width
83 cm (32 3/4")
Framed Height
83 cm (32 3/4")
Framed Width
110 cm (43 1/4")
Framed Depth
3 cm (1 1/4")
Crossing The Tay, Frederick Tayler.
An impressive mix method engraving 'CROSSING THE TAY' after Frederick Tayler. The engraving is with title and framed in an old maple frame. Published by Henry Graves & Co., engraved by Frederick Stacpoole. The picture depicts otterhounds and their keepers crossing the river in a rowing boat being rowed by a lady. There are many more dogs following in the water while another man can be seen watching from the river bank with his own dog, In the background are Ben Lui and the Southern highlands.

The river Tay originates in western Scotland on the slopes of Ben Lui, then flows easterly across the Highlands.

(John) Frederick Tayler (30 April 1802 - 20 June 1889) was a 19th-century English landscape watercolour painter, and president of the Royal Watercolour Society.
Height
56 cm (22")
Width
83 cm (32 3/4")
Framed Height
83 cm (32 3/4")
Framed Width
110 cm (43 1/4")
Framed Depth
3 cm (1 1/4")
Condition
There are some marks on the engraving, one small hole & slightly soiled. Other wise good.
Year
1860
Period
1850-1899
Medium
Engraving
Country
United Kingdom