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Burghley from the South West with Deer, by George Garrard, A.R.A. (1760-1826).

Oil on paper, laid on panel, 30.5cm by 48.25cm. Painted in 1804.

George Garrard, who came from a family of artists, was a student of the Royal Academy, of which he became an Associate in 1800, contributing to the annual exhibitions.

He painted animals, landscapes and portraits, in both oil and watercolour, until the late 1790s when he began to concentrate on modelling and sculpting, usually depicting groups of cattle and sheep, particularly in plaster.


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