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A Breach of Etiquette

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A Breach of Etiquette

from 375.00

Ram Shearing – North Tuppal Station.
In the well-run big shearing sheds of yesteryear, where sheep were dragged from the catching pens and not lifted, sheepdogs were banned from entering the shed.

”A Breach of Etiquette” Unframed Limited Edition Giclee Print of 300 Signed & Numbered by Chris with a Certificate of Authenticity.

760 x 530 mm

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Ram Shearing – North Tuppal Station.
In the well-run big shearing sheds of yesteryear, where sheep were dragged from the catching pens and not lifted, sheepdogs were banned from entering the shed.

”A Breach of Etiquette” Unframed Limited Edition Giclee Print of 300 Signed & Numbered by Chris with a Certificate of Authenticity.

760 x 530 mm

Graphite/coloured pencils

Ram Shearing - North Tuppal Station.  In the well-run big shearing sheds of yesteryear, where sheep were dragged from the catching pens and not lifted, sheepdogs were banned from entering the shed.  Experienced ‘penner-uppers’ worked just as effectively with the measured and timely use of a tin dog or rattle, and no shearer wanted a dog upsetting his sheep, particularly a cumbersome ram! 

However as in this case, sometimes there were exceptions to the rule and a breach was momentarily solved with a little discretion and tolerance, enforced perhaps with a few harsh but whispered words. 

‘The Boss’, the master of the charming dog, was in the background quietly and critically observing the standard of workmanship along the board!!