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An Irish Field Day
Irish Setter


completed : 20 August 2008

310mm wide x 230mm high

original available? sorry, it has been sold

Many of my paintings are available as prints, greeting cards, and sometimes other objects from Zazzle, if this image is not available there and you would like a product to feature it, please contact me, I can probably arrange it for you click here to check for what's available to feature this painting

description:   A single Irish Setter facing to the left and setting a single Bob White quail, in an autumn crop field



materials:   M Grahams watercolors
Arches Hot Pressed 100% Cotton Paper


inspiration:   This piece was inspired by Gail Parker's love for this breed, her generosity in supporting my magazine Canine Collectables Courier, my desire to have a go at another breed, and the beauty of the setter in the field.


























































all images and artworks are fully protected by copyright and all rights are reserved - you cannot use these images without the copyright holder's written permission

An Irish Field Day
Irish Setter






completed : 20 August 2008

310mm wide x 230mm high

original available? sorry, it has been sold

Many of my paintings are available as prints, greeting cards, and sometimes other objects from Zazzle, if this image is not available there and you would like a product to feature it, please contact me, I can probably arrange it for you click here to check for what's available to feature this painting

description:   A single Irish Setter facing to the left and setting a single Bob White quail, in an autumn crop field



materials:   M Grahams watercolors
Arches Hot Pressed 100% Cotton Paper


inspiration:   This piece was inspired by Gail Parker's love for this breed, her generosity in supporting my magazine Canine Collectables Courier, my desire to have a go at another breed, and the beauty of the setter in the field.