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Cattle and Sheep

Many consider William Huggins to be the best and certainly the most original animal painter of the Victorian era. Huggins draughtsmanship and his skill at capturing the character of the animals are exceptional. In his oil paintings he often used smooth white millboard and transparent pigments, allowing the background to show through. Oil painting of a group of cattle and sheep lying on a green hil…