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'Salmon and Otter'- reverse, detail
This print by S. Loudan after a painting by Sir E. Landseer was reproduced in The Illustrated Times on 1 October 1859. It shows an otter lying across the salmon it has just caught. They are by a waterfall with rocks on either side. The otter and salmon are on a grassy bank with the otter's tail still in the water.
Original size: 373 mm x 542 mm
- Image reference: PY6174-003
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London, Herschel Collection