Scottish historical art prints by renowned
Scottish artist Sir Edwin Landseer, published by Cranston Fine Arts.
artist of the 19th century. Sir Edwin Henry Landseer born 7th march 1802
and died October 1st 1873. Sir Edwin Landseer painted mainly, Horses,
Dogs and Stags. with the major paintings such as Monarch of the Glen
hanging in major art galleries collections such as the Tate Gallery,
Wallace Collection and the Victorian and Albert Museum . Sir Edwin
Landseer is also known for major sculptors such as the Lions at the base
of Nelsons Column in Trafalgar Square, London. Art Just 13
Sir Edwin Landseer exhibited at the Royal Academy. and at the age of
only 24 was elected an Associate of the Royal Academy. and gained
an Academician of the Royal Academy in 1831. In 1850 he was
knighted. His name is associated to the Newfoundland bread of Dog,
due to his many paintings of the Mixed coloured Black and White
Newfoundland dogs,. often shown in his paintings . Sir Edwin
Landseer is buried in St Paul's Cathedral London.