George Edward Lodge (1860 - 1954) Falconry: "Stratagem" Passage Falcon, Trained by Alfred Frost, Fal

Date Created: 12 August 2019

Author: George Edward Lodge (1860-1954)

Source: The Internet

Owner: The Saleroom, The Summer Chatsworth Two-Day Fine Art Sale

Location: Ireland

Link to: Website

  • Ireland
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  • Painting
  • 19th Century
  • 20th Century
  • Hunting
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George Edward Lodge (1860 - 1954) Falconry: "Stratagem" Passage Falcon, Trained by Alfred Frost, Falconer to T.J. Mann. oil on mahogany panel, 30.5cms x 23cms (12" x 9"), signed and inscribed on reverse, in light wooden frame. * First Season 1894 quarry killed 29 rooks, 1 jackdaw. Second Season quarry killed 17 rooks, 1 pigeon, 1 partridge, died July 31st, 1905. Provenance: Formerly in the Collections at Postlip Hall, Cheltenham or Ballyvolane Stud, Co. Limerick.


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