The French artist Charles Josiah Chaplin (1825-1891) painted this sometime in the mid-nineteenth century. I spotted it because the site where it appeared had it billed as 'Girl in a Pink Dress Reading, with a Dog'. It's certainly a lovely painting, the dress is undoubtedly pink and there's no doubt about the dog, but reading? No, I think not. She seems to be about to give him a bowl of water, as far as I can see. Bizarrely, the only other version of it I found has the painting flipped over the other way, so she's facing to the left, the dress is paler pink, and she's still said to be reading. Just goes to show you can't trust the internet.