William Henry Hamilton Trood (1860-1899)

Lucky Escape


Medium: Oil on canvas

Measurements: W 62cm x H 92cm

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William Henry Hamilton Trood oil painting  – Lucky Escape

Signed: W H Trood

This painting shows the sentimental side of Trood, clearly accentuates the emotional aspects of the animals within this work. A fine piece which characterises Trood’s exceptional high quality.

Provenance: Private collection, Northamptonshire

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Please note the dimensions of this work framed are approximately H 110cm x W 80cm

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William Henry Hamilton Trood was born in Taunton, Somerset in 1860. Trood later moved to London and became one of the most  distinguished animal painters of his time. Trood specialised in dogs, his highly accomplished works accentuates the heartwarming subjects within his quality works. He was a member of the Royal Society of British Artists and exhibited between 1879-1898 at The Royal Academy, Grosvenor Gallery and The New Watercolour Society. His paintings were usually given sentimental titles such as “The Old Man’s Darling “and “Home Sweet Home”. Trood sadly passed away on the 2nd November 1899.


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