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Thomas Ross, active from 1753, British, Netting Partridges, ca. 1750
- ca. 1750
- Pen and black ink, gray ink, and gray wash on medium, slightly textured, cream laid paper
- Sheet: 7 9/16 × 11 13/16 inches (19.2 × 30 cm)
Inscribedd in graphite, verso, lower left: "D3314 | Thomas Roper Exh 1766 | Netting Partridges c.1750 | LGD"; inscribed in pen with brown ink, verso, upper right: "7"
Signed in pen and black ink, lower left: 'Tho: Ros Invent. & Delt."
- Credit Line:
- Yale Center for British Art, Paul Mellon Collection
- Copyright Status:
- Public Domain
- Accession Number:
- Drawings & Watercolors
- Prints and Drawings
- Subject Terms:
- dog (animal) | figures (representations) | horseback riders | horseback riding | horses (animals) | hound (dog) | hunt | hunters | hunting | landscape | men | net | partridges | river | sporting art | stream | trees | woman
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- IIIF Manifest:
Noble Exercise - The Sporting Ideal in Eighteenth-Century British Art (Yale Center for British Art, 1982-07-14 - 1982-09-19) [YCBA Objects in the Exhibition]
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