“Ginette par Clarion et Picardia” by George Paice (1854–1925)

George Paice (France, 20th Century)

“Ginette par Clarion et Picardia” by George Paice (1854–1925)

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“Ginette par Clarion et Picardia” oil on canvas, signed G. Paice and dated 1905 lower left, measurements 17 ¾ x 13 ¾ inches

George Paice was a British landscape, canine, hunting, equestrian and horse painter. Born in Pimlico, London, Paice studied at the Heatherley School of Fine Art and at the Royal Academy from 1905-1910. He worked mostly for private collectors, his paintings almost never present at public exhibitions. Nevertheless, he did exhibit his works at the Royal Academy and at the Royal Society of British Artists, gaining notoriety among the wealthy. He was quickly a much sought after artist by the English aristocracy, one or two mecenes encouraging his work. Probably for that reason, most of his paintings remained in private collections until two decades ago when some of those works appeared in world known Auction Houses such as Christie's (South Kensington,20/06/91)

FRAMED: HEIGHT: 18½ in | WIDTH: 22½ in
UNFRAMED: HEIGHT: 13¾ in | WIDTH: 17¾ in

Origin France
Category Oils
Period 20th Century

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CONDITION: Horse painting

THB REF: 4781771322


"With his animal portraits present in galleries and museums in England and the Museum of Modern Art, New York"