"Painting "the Dog Lucette" By Ida Von Schulzenheim"Very nice oil on panel of the late 19th century, Ida Schulzenheim and representing a dog, the front legs resting on a table. The painting is signed "I. de Schulzenheim" and dated lower left; and also titled "Lucette" at the top right. Ida von Schulzenheim (1859-1940) is a Swedish artist, famous for her animal paintings. She studied at the Royal Swedish Academy of Arts and, from 1888, in Paris with Julien Dupré, Jules Joseph Lefebvre and Benjamin Constant. She received an honorable mention at the Universal Exhibition in Paris in 1889, a silver medal in Amiens in 1890, a gold medal in Stockholm in 1891 and an honorary mention in Paris in 1892. She also exhibited her Work at the Palais des Beaux-Arts during the Universal Exposition of the Columbian World of 1893 in Chicago. She founded the Society of Swedish Artists in 1910 and is also the first president. The aim of this society was to ensure that female artists, who often did not receive as much attention as their male colleagues, were better known and appreciated for their art. Framed in a gilded and painted wooden frame (some small gaps at the corners). Dimension out of frame: Height 41,5 cm x Width 32,7 cm. Dimensions with frame: Height 62 cm x Width 52.5 cm.