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Scruffts Essex Hylands May 26, 2019
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Picture shows: Finalists of class Emma Alcock and Bailey who came third in Most Handsome Crossbreed Dog at the Judging of the Scruffts Family Crossbreed of the Year competition at All about Dogs Chelmsford, Essex, exclusively supported by James Wellbeloved.
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Fox Terriers at Newstead Abbey
Oil on canvas 35 x 27.5 ins
This painting was completed for the 6th Duchess of Newcastle in c. 1870. A composite picture, it is reasonable to assume that not all the dogs with still alive when it was painted. Historically important, it shows 31 dogs at a transitional time for the Fox Terrier when it was moving from being purely a hunt terrier to one of a show dog as well. Trimmer, the dog to the right of the rabbits, was the first Fox Terrier to win a prize at any British Dog show.
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