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A greyhound oil painting signed Wheatly 6 ft x 4 ft. any information about the artist.

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Francis Wheatley, ‘Man with a Dog’ circa 1775 

most wheatley paintings were from ireland, wales, and england
there are lots of forgeries out there so be careful
wheatley always signed his work on the margin never the field

honesty and beauty make us human. what you hide today will be displayed tomorrow.

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