Dogs in Art - Greyhounds

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This is an oil painting of the late 19th, early 20th century French actress Sarah Bernhardt with her Russian Greyhound dog painted by Georges Jules Victor Clairin (1843-1919). The painting measures 250cm x 200cm. The Russian Greyhound is very agile and fast.


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