National Field Trial
Drawn by Edmund Osthaus (1858-1928)
Osthaus was a member of the Tile Club in Toledo; he exhibited there regularly, showing such works as his Partridge Shooting and Retriever, both in 1903. At the Art Institute of Chicago (IL) he showed Still Evening in 1903 and, in 1911, Early Rambles and Setters. The Port Huron, MI, Museum of Arts and History has his Major, a portrait of a St. Bernard, and In the Field. The Toledo Museum of Art has another portrait of Major, among other works. The Butler Institute of American Art in Youngstown, OH, has his Family Portrait and his Setters in a Field is at the Morris Museum of Arts and Sciences in Bernardsville, NJ.
Osthaus died at his hunting lodge in Marianna, FL, on January 30, 1928.
Count Gladstone IV
Lady's Count Gladstone
1901 and 1902
Count Whitestone II