A Clumber Spaniel

Image credit: The Collection: Art & Archaeology in Lincolnshire (Usher Gallery)

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A depiction of a lemon and white water spaniel belonging to Charles Anderson Pelham (1749–1823), 1st Baron Yarborough, painted by one of the greatest English horse painters. George Stubbs was fascinated by wild animals and a number of fine works exist of rare animals. During his move to Lincolnshire by 1758, Stubbs worked for Charles Anderson Pelham at Brocklesby on two occasions. The dog is most likely to be a mongrel, not a pure breed.

Usher Gallery



A Clumber Spaniel




oil on oak panels


H 83 x W 101.3 cm

Accession number

LCNUG 1996.14

Acquisition method

gift from HM Government, 1996

Work type


Inscription description

signed and dated


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