Hounds in Combat with a Pair of Foxes

after Frans Snyders (Antwerp 1579 - Antwerp 1657) or Paul de Vos (Hulst 1591/2 or 1595 - Antwerp 1678)
National Trust Inventory Number 337025

Category Paintings
Date Unknown
Materials Oil on canvas
Measurements 1158 x 1892 mm (45 1/2 x 74 1/2 in)
Place of origin
Collection Trerice, Cornwall (Accredited Museum)
On show at Trerice, Cornwall, South West, National Trust

Summary description

Oil painting on canvas, Hounds in Combat with a Pair of Foxes by Frans Snyders (Antwerp 1579 - Antwerp 1657). The canvas has been cut down.

Provenance

Makers and roles

after Frans Snyders (Antwerp 1579 - Antwerp 1657) or Paul de Vos (Hulst 1591/2 or 1595 - Antwerp 1678) , artist
Frans Snyders (Antwerp 1579 - Antwerp 1657), artist
previously attributed to Abraham Hondius (Rotterdam c.1625 – London 1691), artist

References

Saltram 1902 Catalogue of Pictures at Saltram and 31 Prince's Gardens 1902, no.195
Saltram 1844 Catalogue of the Pictures, Casts and Busts belonging to the Earl of Morley, at Saltram [Frances Talbot, Dowager, Countess of Morley], London 1844, no. 211
Saltram 1819 Catalogue of the Pictures, Casts and Busts belonging to the Earl of Morley at Saltram [Frances Talbot, Countess of Morley], Plymouth 1819, no. 199

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Category Paintings (12561)
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Periods
Maker Frans Snyders (Antwerp 1579 - Antwerp 1657) or Paul de Vos (Hulst 1591/2 or 1595 - Antwerp 1678)  (3)
Abraham Hondius (Rotterdam c.1625 – London 1691) (4)
Subjects
Object Type Oil painting (10780)

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