Greyhound Lithograph. Gustav Muss-Arnolt. c.1890. Rare Antique Dog Art.
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Rare Antique Dog Art. Lithograph of Dunrobin Kennels' Greyhound "Maud Torrington" (19,618), c.1890, by Gustav Muss- Arnolt. 8" x 10.5", with rough top edge and enough clear border for matting and framing, light crease marks, bottom edge is rough and has some spotting, otherwise VG+ condition. Gustav Muss- Arnolt was one of a small group of American painters, among them Percival Rosseau and Edmund Osthaus, who specialized in the depiction of sporting dogs. He was also a well-known dog show judge all over the United States, England and in his native Germany.
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- Width: 10.5 inches
- Height: 8 inches
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