James Yates CARRINGTON
Each 12 3/4 x 17 1/4” (32.4 x 43.8 cm.) Frame 22 x 26 1/8”
ANTICIPATION & AGITATION
Etchings on paper. Signed in plate published by Landeker, Lee & Brown, London. 1887
Matted, glazed, period oakwood frames.
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Two beautiful and sensitive etchings of the artist's Jack Russell terrier, who is highly focused on his master's fishing lure, as he anticipates and awaits the next catch. Etched by the artist after his own 1887 paintings of the same name.
James Yates Carrington (1857-1892) was a landscape and genre painter specializing in animals. From his London address he exhibited 11 works at The Royal Academy between 1882-9 and he also exhibited six works at the Royal British Association and five with the Royal Society of Painters and Etchers, amongst other places. His paintings and etchings may be found in many British provincial galleries. His endearing dog studies still being favoured among the sporting community.