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    In Disgrace, 1885 by Charles Burton Barber print... Had this in my old house when I was a kid

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    • Brittany Posey

      In Disgrace by Charles Burton Barber. Nanny had this painting over her piano. She asked me one time what I thought about it, what I thought had happened. I told her the little girl was in trouble for knocking over the vase. She asked me if I thought maybe it was really the dog, the little girl just didn't want him to get in trouble?

    • Crystal Spoone

      In Disgrace by Charles Burton Barber. me:sweet & sad. love art, but don't think I could hang this one!

    • Donna Hopkins

      Charles Burton Barber - In Disgrace - this is one of my favorites!! gave it to polly but i dont know what she did with it lol xoxo

    • S. Tew

      "In Disgrace" -- Charles Burton Barber (1845 – 1894, English) [This is the second of Barber's paintings to have the same title. Instead of sitting on a stool, this time punishment's form comes in standing and facing the corner. The little girl's little dog seems to be suffering 'in disgrace' in concert.]

    • Linda Bass

      In Disgrace by Charles Burton Barber. This has always pulled at my heart strings because of the little dog's loyalty.

    • Kate Allan

      In Disgrace by Charles Burton Barber This was on my wall as a child. I really believed that I was that little girl in trouble.

    • Holly Plunk

      Charles Burton Barber - In Disgrace. If anyone ever finds this painting ill pay whatever you want for it. It reminds me of my mother she had it when I was young

    • Rita Ripley

      In Disgrace by Charles Burton Barber. I had a dog identical to this one! A favorite painting!

    • Buckle and Fawn

      Infamous 'crying girl' print, by Victorian artist, Charles Burton Barber. This print was first published during the late 1800's, but we'd date this reproduction to the 1970's. Burton Barber was once considered as one of England's premier genre painters - specialising in realistic portraits of children and dogs. He even went onto painting the canines of Queen Victoria by commission. A kitsch classic and definitely a talking point within the home.

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