Dogs on a Leash by Goya
Oil reproduction on canvas of “Dogs on a Leash”. Goya made seven series of paintings for the Real Fábrica de Tapices de Santa Bárbara. It forms part of the nine paintings in the first series. The nine tapestries were made to decorate the dining room of the Prince and Princess of Asturias in the Royal Palace of San Lorenzo del Escorial.
It is an oil on canvas with two hunting dogs, two shotguns and other hunting utensils.
Goya painted it in 1775 and it is in the “Museo del Prado”.
It measures 112 x 174 cm.
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