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Arthur Hogg (1872-1949) after Metsu - 1927 Mezzotint, The Sleeping Sportsman



A mezzotint by Arthur Hogg (1872-1949) after Gabriel Metsu's (1629-1667) 'The Sleeping Sportsman' (c.1658-1660). Presented glazed in a cream mount and a distressed gilt-effect wooden frame. Dated in plate at the upper edge and signed in graphite to the lower-right edge. On wove.


There is some mild foxing and discolouration to the mount but overall in very good condition.


40.2 x 34.2cm (15.8" x 13.5")
Framed Size: 64.5 x 56.3cm (25.4" x 22.2")

Artist Biography

Arthur Hogg (1872-1949) was a painter of portraits, etcher, and mezzotint engraver who specialised in colour mezzotints after old master paintings, published by The Museum Galleries and others. He was born in London and studied at the RCA and in Paris. Hogg showed at the Chenil Gallery, Royal Academy, and at the London Salon. A portrait of William Ellery Channing (1780-1843) by Hogg is in the collection of Harris Manchester College, University of Oxford.

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Code qr641
Artist Arthur Hogg (1872-1949) after Gabriel Metsu (1629-1667)
Date 1927
Dimensions 40.2 x 34.2cm
Medium Mezzotint
Style Realism
Subject Genre Scene
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