On canvas panel by Mary Clars Brumley in original frame. Offering this supremely sweet, and realistic, 1968 Weimaraner Oil Painting on canvas panel in its original frame. It's been hanging in our dining room all these years. When I took it off the wall earlier today I cleaned it up a bit, snapped a pic of a stamp on the back, and put a new dust cover on it.The stamp says, "the Creative Hand Canvas Panels", Crest Art, Inc. The overall condition of the painting, and the frame is excellent.
I've always thought the artist picked the perfect frame for her work - it's obvious to me that it was done with an abundance of love and talent. 18 3/4" tall x 22 3/4" wide. The painting measures 16" x 20". I took lots of photos both with and without a flash (please see photographs - they are part of the description). As you can see it's a beauty!
Note: Weimaraners are sometimes referred to as the "Gray Ghost" partly because they tend to like their people so much they follow them like a shadow. Their intelligence has earned them the nickname'the dog with the human brain'. They were originally bred for hunting in the early 19th century. Early weimaraners were used by royalty for hunting large game such as boar, bear and deer.
The name comes from the Grand Duke of Saxe-Weimar-Eisenach, Karl August, whose court, located in the city of Weimar (now the state of Thuringia in modern-day Germany), enjoyed hunting. They are energetic and bond deeply with their owners. They are all-purpose gun dogs, not ours though.Greta was so gentle she picked up 4 newborn squirrels that had fallen out of their nest in our backyard and brought each one inside, unharmed, to me (one at a time). None of our weims has ever harmed a living thing.
We had a friend who took his weimaraner hunting. His dog fainted when he shot his gun! We are a weimaraner family... That is, we love weims!Our first was Greta in the early 90s, our second was Ursula, and our current weim is Olivia Ann (we just celebrated her 13th birthday). We have loved each of them with all of our hearts. We hope it will find its way to a new home where it will be loved and appreciated. It comes with an abundance of good karma.
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This item is in the category "Art\Paintings". The seller is "hollywood0_7" and is located in Columbia, South Carolina. This item can be shipped to United States.