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Choose from 36 pictures in our Artwork collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. All professionally made for Quick Shipping.


The Open Door
The Open Door
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An Early Canine Meeting
An Early Canine Meeting
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Crib and Rosa
Crib and Rosa
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Laying Down the Law
Laying Down the Law
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Brutus of Bridgesollers
Brutus of Bridgesollers
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Dick Turpin
Dick Turpin
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Fox Terriers at Newstead Abbey
Fox Terriers at Newstead Abbey
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Entente Cordiale
Entente Cordiale
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Celia Haddon Collection
Celia Haddon Collection
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FT Ch Sulhamstead Sheilin D'Or
FT Ch Sulhamstead Sheilin D'Or
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FT Ch Sulhamstead Valla D'Or
FT Ch Sulhamstead Valla D'Or
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poodle, Artwork, oil, painting, outside, grass
poodle, Artwork, oil, painting, outside, grass
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FT Ch Sulhamstead Sheilin D'Or Featured Image

FT Ch Sulhamstead Sheilin D'Or

Pastel 27.5 x 38.5 ins, signed
Mrs Florence Nagle, owned the two Irish Setters Valla D'Or and Sheilin D'Or. Mrs Nagle was a great friend of Aldin, the friendship being formed through Mrs Nagle's friendship at finishing school in Paris with Aldin's daughter, Gwen. Mrs Nagle trialled her Setters from the 1920s to the 1960s, during which time she made up 18 Field Trial Champions. She held strong beliefs that her dogs should be good lookers as well as good workers and both Valla and Sheilin were winners in the show ring. In the field, Sheilin was the first Irish Setter to win the Champion Stakes, which she did in 1927. The Kennel Club acquired the two paintings following the death of Mrs Nagle in 1988, aged 94. Mrs Nagle maintained that Valla and Sheilin were inseparable in life and should remain so in death and their pictures hang side by side

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Ladies of the Chorus
Ladies of the Chorus
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art, Artwork, four, oil, painting, brown, white , black
art, Artwork, four, oil, painting, brown, white , black
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The Card Game
The Card Game
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Titus of Ashways
Titus of Ashways
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Champion Dogs of England
Champion Dogs of England
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Portrait of a Borzoi
Portrait of a Borzoi
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Buy A Dog Ma'am
Buy A Dog Ma'am
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Ta Ageur
Ta Ageur
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Brenda of Ashways
Brenda of Ashways
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Ch Cranbourne Lupin
Ch Cranbourne Lupin
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Mrs. Santers English Springer Spaniels
Mrs. Santers English Springer Spaniels
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Ch Oxonian
Ch Oxonian
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Portrait of a Borzoi Featured Image

Portrait of a Borzoi

Canvas 76 x 63 ins, signed and dated 1890
This painting is a fine example of the breed before it was established as a show dog in this country. It was painted two years before the first Borzoi became a champion. This painting was bequeathed to the Kennel Club by Kathleen, Duchess of Newcastle and may prove to be one of the unsolved mysteries of the collection. A brass plaque that used to be beside the painting stated that the Borzoi is Ch Vetch but in her will the Duchess bequeaths the Borzoi Champion Velsh. In fact there was no champion Borzoi of either name in this country, nether did the Duchess own one so named. She did however own a famous dog named Ch Velsk, the sixth Borzoi to become a champion and the sire of four champions. It would therefore appear that there had been a mix up of names or a mistake of the part of a typist, and Velsk is in fact the dog in the painting. However photographs of Velsk show a dog with entirely different markings to the dog in the painting. F

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Ch Bardolph
Ch Bardolph
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Ch Chow VIII
Ch Chow VIII
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running, two, Artwork, oil, painting, two dogs, horse, historical
running, two, Artwork, oil, painting, two dogs, horse, historical
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Crufts, Agricultural Hall, 1893
Crufts, Agricultural Hall, 1893
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Cheroot
Cheroot
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Mrs Skewes Coxs Schipperkes
Mrs Skewes Coxs Schipperkes
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Beacon Hill Meeting
Beacon Hill Meeting
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Vesuvienne
Vesuvienne
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Ch Tintagel
Ch Tintagel
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Greyhound
Greyhound
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stock images, stock , KCPL, KCPL_Stock, commerical
stock images, stock , KCPL, KCPL_Stock, commerical
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stock images, stock , KCPL, KCPL_Stock, commerical
stock images, stock , KCPL, KCPL_Stock, commerical
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Ch Tintagel Featured Image

Ch Tintagel

Ch Tintagel was owned and bred by Mrs Surtees Monkland and was one of a number of famous Champion Bulldogs she owned. The artist, Frederick Thomas Daws, was born in London and studied at Lambeth School of Art. His earlier work was reproduced in such publications as the Illustrated London News and he exhibited his first picture a the Royal Academy in 1896. He found success not only in Britain but also in America and India. For the Maharajah of Nepal he painted 11 murals as well as sculptures. Although he is perhaps best known as a painter. He executed a number of pieces that were cast in bronze and for Royal Doulton he modelled most of the dogs in their Champion Dogs range

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