Beautiful Early 18th Century Portrait of Peasant and his dog attrib. Richard Waitt

This beautiful early 18th Century Portrait attributed to Richard Waitt. Wonderful quality and superb frame. Richard Waitt (died 1732) was a Scottish painter. — More Information

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Waitt was taught by John Scougal, and started out as a decorative painter focusing mainly on still lifes. However, later he painted primarily portraits, and for many years worked almost exclusively with the Clan Grant. He was active from c.1708 and died in 1732.

Lovely subject of a peasant in grey coat with his dog.

Measurements are: 83cm wide, 95cm high, 5cm deep

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