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Otto Grashey (1833-1912) "Dachshound on the prowl", oil painting, late 19th century
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Otto Grashey studied at the Munich Academy under Georg Hiltensperger and Alexander Strahuber. He was one of the most renowned hunting painters of the Munich School specialising on hunting scenes and landscapes. In 1869 he exhibited at the Munich "Glaspalast" and also displayed his works in Hannover (1880, 1882), in Bremen (1891) etc. His paintings were often reproduced at the end of the 19th century. He was also a significant hunting writer and editor of the magazine "Deutscher Jäger" (German Hunter).
Creation Year: late 19th century
Measurements:UNFRAMED:46,0x57,0cm/18,1x22,4in FRAMED: 66,7x79,2cm/26,3x31,2in
Object Type:Framed oil painting
Style: Dog paintings
Technique: oil on paintboard
Creator: Otto Grashey
Creator Dates: 1833 Guenzburg-1912 Munich
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