The 19th century British artist Edwin Landseer was the most famous painter of his era. Landseer is known for his animal oil paintings, as well as for being an accomplished sculptor. The famous lions in Trafalgar Square in central London are his work. As a child prodigy, Landseer had paintings accepted at the Royal Academy at only 13 years old, and became a member in later life. He was Knighted by Queen Victoria and she also commissioned several paintings from him.
The most famous oil painting by Edwin Landseer has to be Monarch of the Glen 1851. Landseer’s paintings of dogs and horses are equally well-known. His painting entitled A Distinguished Member of The Humane Society 1838 depicts a Newfoundland Dog whilst Portrait of an Arab Mare with her Foal 1825 was a special commission oil painting requested by Princess Charlotte who was the eldest daughter of British King George III.
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