....In which painting can you see this lamb - and, in addition to the normal questions, what is it a symbol of?
|Who painted this? #22|
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|The Artist's Studio by Thomas Rowlandson|
- Title of the artwork: An Artist's Studio
- Name of the artist who created this artwork: Thomas Rowlandson (1758 - 1827)
- Date it was created: 1814
- Media used:
- Watercolor with pen and red-brown, brown, and gray ink, over graphite
- on moderately thick, slightly textured, cream, wove paper
- 10 1/2 x 8 7/16 inches (26.7 x 21.4 cm).
- Where it lives now: Yale Center for British Art, Paul Mellon Collection, British Museum
The correct answers
This wasn't easy as it was possible to take a long diversion via Hogarth et all before arriving at the right artist - as some did!
The first correct answer was submitted by Alyson Champ (The Chronicle of Wasted Time)
In addition the following people also got the correct answer: