Thomas Blinks (English) is among the best known and most highly regarded of those who painted sporting dogs in the late 19th century. His paintings had a highly finished style, often depicting sporting dogs in a characteristic pose in the field, or in the case of hounds, running over fields and fences.
Blinks worked in both oil and watercolour, although he is best remembered for the former. He exhibited 29 works at the Royal Academy.
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