Another painting for my client in Germany, that I also did at the end of 2014: this depicts the 17th century Scottish Jacobite nobleman John Graham of Claverhouse, the Viscount Dundee, with hounds and in his hunting lodge. It's the third in a series. The earlier paintings are here:
I'm mildly surprised that this picture doesn't show Graham of Claverhouse slipping into a more comfortable shape! (if memory serves he was killed by a hastily-improvised Silver Bullet so he COULD have been a werewolf).
Hahaha, it's a bit Company of Wolves, isn't it?
Beautiful!!! The setting and lighting add so much to this. <3
i am in utter infatuation with those deerhounds! ♥♥♥