All Sir Edwin Landseer 's Paintings
The Painting Names Are Sorted From A to Z

Choice ID Image  Paintings (From A to Z)       Details 
37596 A Majestic Gathering  A Majestic Gathering   mk127 23x23
45843 Arab stable ion  Arab stable ion   mk178 1824 oils on linen 69.6x90.2cm
71563 Attachment  Attachment   Medium Oil on canvas Dimensions 39 7/8 x 32 7/8 in. (101.3 x 83.5 cm)
31341 Death of the Wild Bull  Death of the Wild Bull   nn07 1833-1836. Oil on canvas. Tennant Holdings Ltd., UK.
2350 Dignity and Impudence  Dignity and Impudence   1839 Tate Gallery, London
24213 Eos (mk25)  Eos (mk25)   1841
62814 Isaac van Amburgh and his Animals  Isaac van Amburgh and his Animals   1839 Oil on canvas Royal Collection, Windsor Van Amburgh reclines in the cage surrounded by a tiger, a lion, a lioness and two leopards. He wears a coat of mail, presumably not as a form of protection but perhaps, judging by the footwear, as a form of costume (part Roman and part medieval). There are scratches on the skin of his right forearm and on his neck. The sheen on the coats of the animals reveals Landseer's superb technique, as in the balance between the underpaint and the highlight on the lioness, or the spots visible beneath the top layer of paint on the two leopards. Artist: LANDSEER, Sir Edwin Henry Title: Isaac van Amburgh and his Animals (detail) , painting Date: 1801-1850 English : genre
24214 Isaac Van Amburgh and his Animals (mk25)  Isaac Van Amburgh and his Animals (mk25)   1839
30941 Lady Blessinghtam's Dog  Lady Blessinghtam's Dog   mk68 1832
56195 lion a newfoundland dog  lion a newfoundland dog   1824,oil on canvas ,59x77 in,149.8x195.6 cm,victoria and albert museum,london,uk
31340 Monarch of The Glen  Monarch of The Glen   nn07 24 x 26 in
32810 Monarch of the Glen  Monarch of the Glen   mk81 1851
56232 monarch of the glen  monarch of the glen   mk247 1851,oil on canvas,64.5x66.5 in,163.8x169 cm,john dewar and sons ltd,london,uk
28185 Queen Victoria and Prince Albert at the Bal Costume of 12 may 1842  Queen Victoria and Prince Albert at the Bal Costume of 12 may 1842   1844 oil on canvas 142.6 x 111.8 cm (56 x 44in)Royal Collection (mk63)
24305 Queen Victoria and Prince Albert at the Bal Costume of 12 May 1842 (mk25)  Queen Victoria and Prince Albert at the Bal Costume of 12 May 1842 (mk25)   1842-6
24249 Queen Victoria at Osborne House (mk25)  Queen Victoria at Osborne House (mk25)   1865-7
24293 Queen Victoria on Horseback (mk25  Queen Victoria on Horseback (mk25   c 1840
24276 Royal Sports on Hill and Loch (mk25  Royal Sports on Hill and Loch (mk25   1850
44065 The Arab Tent  The Arab Tent   1866 Oil on canvas, 154 x 226 cm
45949 The Arab Tent  The Arab Tent   mk178 1866 oils on linen 153.6x226.4cm
85750 The Cat's Paw  The Cat's Paw   Date 1824 cyf
96545 The Cats Paw  The Cats Paw   1824(1824) Source Unknown cyf
28155 The Hunting of Chevy Chase  The Hunting of Chevy Chase   1825-6 Oil on canvas 143 x 170.8 cm (56 3/8 x 67 1/4in) Birmingham City Museum and Art Gallery (mk63)
85204 The Old Shepherd's Chief Mourner  The Old Shepherd's Chief Mourner   oil on canvas Date 1837(1837) cyf
24215 The Sanctuary (mk25)  The Sanctuary (mk25)   1842
28156 The Stonebreaker and his Daughter  The Stonebreaker and his Daughter   1830 Oil on wood 45/7 x 58.4cm (18 x 23 in) Victoria and Albert Museum London (mk63)
97406 Victoria  Victoria   1841(1841) Medium oil cyf
2351 Wild Cattle at Chillingham  Wild Cattle at Chillingham   1867 Laing Art Gallery, Newcastle
23345 Wild Cattle at Chillingham (nn03)  Wild Cattle at Chillingham (nn03)   1867 Oil on canvas 228 x 156 cm 89 3/4 x 61 1/2 in Laing Art Gallery Newcastle Upon Tyne
83033 Windsor Castle in Modern Times  Windsor Castle in Modern Times   1840-1843 Medium Oil on canvas Dimensions 113.3 x 144.5 cm (44 9/16 x 56 7/8 in.) cyf
24252 Windsor Castle in Modern Times (mk25)  Windsor Castle in Modern Times (mk25)   1841-5

Sir Edwin Landseer
1803-1874 British Sir Edwin Landseer Galleries Landseer was something of a child prodigy whose artistic talents were recognized early on; he studied under several artists, including his father John Landseer, an engraver, and Benjamin Robert Haydon, the well-known and controversial history painter who encouraged the young Landseer to perform dissections in order to fully understand animal musculature and skeletal structure. At the age of just 13, in 1815, Landseer exhibited works at the Royal Academy. He was elected an Associate of the Royal Academy at the age of 24, and an Academician of the Royal Academy five years later in 1831. He was knighted in 1850, and although elected President of the Royal Academy in 1866 he declined the invitation. Landseer was a notable figure in 19th century British art, and his works can be found in Tate Britain, the Victoria and Albert Museum, Kenwood House and the Wallace Collection in London. He also collaborated with fellow painter Frederick Richard Lee. Windsor Castle in Modern Times (1841-1845) Queen Victoria and her family at Windsor Castle.Landseer's popularity in Victorian Britain was considerable. He was widely regarded as one of the foremost animal painters of his time, and reproductions of his works were commonly found in middle-class homes. Yet his appeal crossed class boundaries, for Landseer was quite popular with the British aristocracy as well, including Queen Victoria, who commissioned numerous portraits of her family (and pets) from the artist. Landseer was particularly associated with Scotland and the Scottish Highlands, which provided the subjects (both human and animal) for many of his important paintings, including his early successes The Hunting of Chevy Chase (1825-1826) and An Illicit Whiskey Still in the Highlands (1826-1829), and his more mature achievements such as the majestic stag study Monarch of the Glen (1851) and Rent Day in the Wilderness (1855-1868). Saved (1856) Landseer's paintings of dogs were highly popular among all classes of society.So popular and influential were Landseer's paintings of dogs in the service of humanity that the name Landseer came to be the official name for the variety of Newfoundland dog that, rather than being black or mostly black, features a mix of both black and white; it was this variety Landseer popularized in his paintings celebrating Newfoundlands as water rescue dogs, most notably Off to the Rescue (1827), A Distinguished Member of the Humane Society (1838), and Saved (1856), which combines Victorian constructions of childhood with the appealing idea of noble animals devoted to humankind ?? a devotion indicated, in Saved, by the fact the dog has rescued the child without any apparent human direction or intervention. In his late 30s Landseer suffered what is now believed to be a substantial nervous breakdown, and for the rest of his life was troubled by recurring bouts of melancholy, hypchondria, and depression, often aggravated by alcohol and drug use (Ormond, Monarch 125). In the last few years of his life Landseer's mental stability was problematic, and at the request of his family he was declared insane in July 1872. Landseer's death on 1 October 1873 was widely marked in England: shops and houses lowered their blinds, flags flew at half-staff, his bronze lions at the base of Nelson's column were hung with wreaths, and large crowds lined the streets to watch his funeral cortege pass (Ormond, Monarch 135). Landseer was buried in St Paul's Cathedral, London .

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