‘Egypt‘, Study of a Jack Russell Terrier by William Ashton, Late 19th Century

Age:
Late 19th / Early 20th Century
Material:
Watercolour
Dimensions:
Frame 37 x 46cm
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Watercolour study of a Jack Russell Terrier called Egypt by British artist William Ashton. Framed in a contemporary oak frame.
There were three well known (or reasonably well known) painters by the name of William Ashton in the late 19th and early 20th Century. Will Ashton (1881 - 1963), an English born Australian impressionist known for landscapes. Another William Ashton (1853-1927) was a painter of landscapes and topography who lived in the North-West of England. But this watercolour was most likely done by the third William Ashton who was a member of the Liver Sketching Club during the last decade of the 19th century