Year: 18th century
Size: 70cm x 60cm
Description: A cockerel in a farmyard is the subject of a finely scaled 18th-century English oil painting on canvas. Rare early farm bird study of outstanding quality that is undamaged and in superb condition. Very likely painted by Sartorius, who also captured a prized fighting cock owned by George Wyndham, Earl of Egremont, dubbed "Dauntless" in 1777. This research could be one of the Earl's favorite species of bird. after which a fake plaque was added. About 70 by 60 cm when framed.
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