Portrait of a large dog (Dingo) by George Stubbs

Portrait of a large dog (Dingo)

George Stubbs

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Portrait of a large dog (Dingo)

'Kangaroo' and 'Dingo' were commissioned by Sir Joseph Banks (1743-1820), following his participation on Captain James Cook's first voyage to the Pacific (1768–1771), which was also the first British voyage devoted exclusively to scientific discovery. Banks is a major figure in the development of European natural history and was an important patron of science and the arts. Both paintings were executed by George Stubbs (1724-1806), the foremost animal painter in Britain during the 18th century, within two years of Banks' return. Object No: ZBA5755Date: 1772Original size: 610 mm x 711 mm

  • Image reference: L6684-001

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