Late 19th century/early 20th century French oil on mahogany panel of a black dog named Louloute. He appears to be waiting on his master to take him on a walk as he is standing next to his collar and leash. His name Louloute is a French term for "affection at a child". He must have been dearly loved by his owners. I have been told that he is a Griffon Vendeen breed--a hunting dog originating in the Vendee region of France. But he has characteristics of a standard poodle. The painting is signed by the artist E. Jean Delahaye. Newly framed in a handsome black frame with a distressed finish which measures 16" by 12.5". Painting measures 10.75" by 14.25". A very charming and endearing piece.
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