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old print of monarch of the glen
I have a large print of monarch of the glen painter Edwin Lanseer engraved by Thomas Landseer
Printed by Henry Graves & co London in 1868.
unerneath there is a poem which starts, WHEN FIRST THE DAY STARS COOL AND LIGHT.
I would like to know a bit more about this print and especialy about the poem. I have searched through all Sir Walter Scott,s works with nill result (he was a great friend of the painters)
Also has this print any value
The Landseer brothers (Thomas, Sir Edwin, and Charles)were all members of the Royal Academy. Thomas was a highly regarded engraver as well, and did many engravings of Edwin's paintings. I have an original Thomas Landseer engraving of Rosa Bonheur's "The Horse Fair," dated 1857.
sir edwin engraving dated 1864
i would like to know the value of this engraving it is also stamped possibly by a collecter of the engraving at one time it is rather large in excellent condition of a man on a cliff with two dead dogs and a dead buck and sheep? man is calling out probably for help from the bottom he is on a large rock with a swinging vine
although a gloomie type of piece of artwork it is also very beautiful in detail any information would be very appreciated
I would like to identify a work similar in style to a'Highland Group'but comprising- a ghillie,a boy,1 black pony,1 white pony [with burden],2 sheep,4 dogs and a'bag of assorted game birds.