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Exhibition History Fierce Friends - Artists & Animals in the Industrial Era, 1750-1920 (Carnegie Museum of Art, 2006-03-25 - 2006-08-27)

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Sir Edwin Henry Landseer Portrait of Mr. Van Amburgh, As He Appeared with His Animals at the London Theatres
Sir Edwin Henry Landseer, 1802–1873, British
Portrait of Mr. Van Amburgh, As He Appeared with His Animals at the London Theatres
Summer 1846 to March 1847
George Stubbs Human Skeleton, Lateral View Seen from the Left, Running (Finished Study for Table III)
George Stubbs, 1724–1806, British
Human Skeleton, Lateral View Seen from the Left, Running (Finished Study for Table III)
1795 to 1806
George Stubbs Tiger Skeleton, Lateral View (Highly finished study for Table IV)
George Stubbs, 1724–1806, British
Tiger Skeleton, Lateral View (Highly finished study for Table IV)
1795 to 1806
George Stubbs Human Skeleton, Lateral View (in Crawling Posture; finished study for an unpublished table)
George Stubbs, 1724–1806, British
Human Skeleton, Lateral View (in Crawling Posture; finished study for an unpublished table)
1795 to 1806
George Stubbs Dorking Hen Skeleton, Lateral View (Finished study for an unpublished table)
George Stubbs, 1724–1806, British
Dorking Hen Skeleton, Lateral View (Finished study for an unpublished table)
1795 to 1806
George Stubbs Tiger Body, Lateral View (Study for an unpublished table; shows a late stage in dissection)
George Stubbs, 1724–1806, British
Tiger Body, Lateral View (Study for an unpublished table; shows a late stage in dissection)
between 1795 and 1806
George Stubbs Human Figure, Lateral View (Finished study for an unpublished table, representing the last stage in the dissection)
George Stubbs, 1724–1806, British
Human Figure, Lateral View (Finished study for an unpublished table, representing the last stage in the dissection)
between 1795 and 1806
George Stubbs Human Skeleton, Lateral View (in Crouching Posture; finished study for an unpublished table)
George Stubbs, 1724–1806, British
Human Skeleton, Lateral View (in Crouching Posture; finished study for an unpublished table)
1795 to 1806
George Stubbs Fowl Body, Lateral View (Highly Finished Study for an Unpublished Table; Shows the Last Stage in Dissection)
George Stubbs, 1724–1806, British
Fowl Body, Lateral View (Highly Finished Study for an Unpublished Table; Shows the Last Stage in Dissection)
between 1795 and 1806