The zebra, or wild ass

    SKU: brimus522

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    About

    In 1762 a female zebra or 'wild ass' given to Charlotte, the new queen of George II, became one of the most recognisable animals in Britain. The great animal artist George Stubbs painted an exquisite canvas of the animal in 1763 (now at the Yale Center for British Art), which his son later reproduced for a wider audience in a beautiful mezzotint issued by the major print publisher Carington Bowles. The British Museum holds an original of this print from 1771, which has been reproduced here.

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    Artist: George Townley Stubbs

    Paper prints are framed with high grade Perspex (Plexiglas).

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