Painting Oil On Canvas Dog Terrier " Nipper From His Masters Voice " flag


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Object description :

"Painting Oil On Canvas Dog Terrier " Nipper From His Masters Voice ""
Francis Barraud was a British painter, born June 16, 1856 in Liverpool and died August 29, 1924 in Kingston upon Thames.
He is mainly known as the author of La Voix de son maître, a painting painted for the first time around 1898,
which was then used throughout the 20th century as an advertisement or logotype in the audiovisual industry (discs , record players, televisions...),
from 1900 by the Gramophone Company then by the subsidiaries of the EMI group which had absorbed the previous one in 1931.

Additional information about the work:

Title: His masters voice
Medium: oil on canvas
Provenance: private collection Paris
Canvas dimensions: 72 cm x 92 cm
Frame dimensions: 90 cm x 110 cm
Condition: very good condition ( work has been cleaned, removal of the yellowed varnish and re-tension)
Artist: Francis James BARRAUD (1856-1924)
School: British school 19th century

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Price: 12500 €
Artist: Francis James Barraud (1856-1924)
Period: 19th century
Style: Other Style
Condition: Bon état

Material: Oil painting
Width: 92
Height: 72

Reference: 963476
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