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The Kennel Club Art Collection

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Background imageThe Kennel Club Art Collection: Billy The Rat Catcher

Billy The Rat Catcher
Billy, the celebrated rat killing dog performing his wonderful feat, killing 100 rats in five minutes and a half on the 22nd April 1823 being his 9th match

Background imageThe Kennel Club Art Collection: Dick Turpin

Dick Turpin
Pastel 22 x 30 ins, signed Aldin painted this picture for a groom to give to his bride as a wedding present, the German Shepherd Dog Dick Turpin, being her pet

Background imageThe Kennel Club Art Collection: Japanese Chin

Japanese Chin
Portrait of a Japanese Chin by Frances Fairman

Background imageThe Kennel Club Art Collection: An Early Canine Meeting

An Early Canine Meeting
Signed and dated 1855 Oil on canvas 29 x 37 ins This is one of the most historic of all dog paintings. It depicts a scene at Jemmy (or Jimmy) Shaws Queens Head Tavern in 1855

Background imageThe Kennel Club Art Collection: Crib and Rosa

Crib and Rosa
Copper 9.25 x 12.25 ins Through John Scotts engraving of Coopers original, this painting is one of the most reproduced and best known paintings of dogs from the period

Background imageThe Kennel Club Art Collection: The Open Door

The Open Door
Signed with monogram and dated 1916 Oil on canvas 40 x 47 ins Sir R W Buchanan Jardines Greyhound, Long Span, won the Waterloo Cup in 1907

Background imageThe Kennel Club Art Collection: Suntop English Setters

Suntop English Setters - four head studies Suntop Songbird, Suntop Nightingale, Suntop Starling, Suntop True Breeze

Background imageThe Kennel Club Art Collection: art, Artwork, four, oil, painting, brown, white, black

art, Artwork, four, oil, painting, brown, white, black, The Kennel Club Art, 4914 Fannie Moody (b 1861-c 1947) 053 The Kennel Club©

Background imageThe Kennel Club Art Collection: Fox Terriers at Newstead Abbey

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

Background imageThe Kennel Club Art Collection: Mr Fleming and His Falconer James Anderson

Mr Fleming and His Falconer James Anderson
Oil on canvas 20 x 25 ins This painting by Howe was completed in about 1811 and shows Mr Fleming seated on his horse with his hooded falcon on his fist

Background imageThe Kennel Club Art Collection: Ch Wimpole Peter

Ch Wimpole Peter
Signed and dated 1901 Oil on canvas 24 x 29 ins Ch Wimpole Peter is one of six paintings Henry Reginald Cooke commissioned of his Flat Coated Retrievers from Maud Earl

Background imageThe Kennel Club Art Collection: Brutus of Bridgesollers

Brutus of Bridgesollers
Signed Pastel 41 x 28.5 This particularly fine portrait of the Deerhound, Brutus of Bridgesollers, was a gift to Agnes Linton from her father, who reputedly commissioned Aldin to paint the picture

Background imageThe Kennel Club Art Collection: England Expects

England Expects
Signed Oil on canvas 18 x 24 ins There was much political infighting between supporters of Toy Bulldogs, Miniature Bulldogs and French Bulldogs: the Kennel Club would not have them

Background imageThe Kennel Club Art Collection: Totteridge Fox Terrier Panel two

Totteridge Fox Terrier Panel two
Totteridge Fox Terrier panel

Background imageThe Kennel Club Art Collection: Laying Down the Law

Laying Down the Law
Landseer helped popularise anthropomorphism in art and this is a copy of one of his best-known examples. Sometimes called Trial by Jury

Background imageThe Kennel Club Art Collection: Totteridge Fox Terrier Panel one

Totteridge Fox Terrier Panel one
Totteridge Fox Terrier panel

Background imageThe Kennel Club Art Collection: Titus of Ashways

Titus of Ashways was bred by Mrs.Wells-Cole and owned by Captain Lesile Williams, who was interested in competing in Working Trials with his Schnauzers

Background imageThe Kennel Club Art Collection: Mrs. Santers English Springer Spaniels

Mrs. Santers English Springer Spaniels
Canvas 21 x 15.5 ins. The three dogs are Ch.Dry Toast, in the foreground, Ch.Winning Number of Solway and Ch.Nimble of Hamsey

Background imageThe Kennel Club Art Collection: poodle, Artwork, oil, painting, outside, grass

poodle, Artwork, oil, painting, outside, grass, The Kennel Club Art, 10021 Frederick Thomas Daws (b 1878) 046 The Kennel Club©

Background imageThe Kennel Club Art Collection: Champion Dogs of England

Champion Dogs of England
Five head studies on one canvas 35.5 x 53.5 ins The five dogs shown in this painting are: the Yorkshire Terrier Huddersfield Ben owned by Mr Foster, the Blenheim Spaniel Charlie owned by J Dawes

Background imageThe Kennel Club Art Collection: Portrait of a Borzoi

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

Background imageThe Kennel Club Art Collection: Sir Humphrey de Traffords English Setters

Sir Humphrey de Traffords English Setters
Signed and dated 1897 Oil on canvas 44 x 74 ins Sir Hunmphrey de Trafford helped establish Britain as a great nation of dog breeders

Background imageThe Kennel Club Art Collection: The Card Game

The Card Game
Signed and dated 1885 Oil on canvas 27.5 x 36 ins This painting typifies anthropomorphism depicted in art during the 19th century, when dogs were portrayed in the guise of humans

Background imageThe Kennel Club Art Collection: Buy A Dog Ma am

Buy A Dog Ma am
Signed and dated 1860 Oil on canvas 36 x 29 At the time this picture was painted, selling animals in the street had become very profitable and was frequently a public nuisance

Background imageThe Kennel Club Art Collection: Ta Ageur

Ta Ageur
Hand coloured engraving 20 x 24 ins. Engraved by Robt. Mitchell 1852 and published by W.Schaws, New York, 1852 Landseers original painting was completed in 1821 when he was 19 years old

Background imageThe Kennel Club Art Collection: Brenda of Ashways

Brenda of Ashways
Canvas 20 x 16 ins. Brenda of Ashways was owned and bred by Captain Leslie Williams and successfully competed in Working Trials

Background imageThe Kennel Club Art Collection: Ch Cranbourne Lupin

Ch Cranbourne Lupin
Canvas 16 x 20 ins. Ch Cranbourne Lupin was born in 1929, bred by Captain and Mrs.Hornyold, owned by Captain Leslie Williams and the first British Champion Schnauzer

Background imageThe Kennel Club Art Collection: Ch Oxonian

Ch Oxonian
Canvas 16.75 x 20.75 ins. Mary Reeks was married to Fox Terrier breeder, F.Reeks, who owned Ch Oxonian. It was once a popular practice to cross-breed the two coats of Fox Terrier

Background imageThe Kennel Club Art Collection: Ch Bardolph

Ch Bardolph
Canvas 21.5 x 17.5 ins. This Champion Bloodhound from the kennel of Edwin Brough was once described as being one of the finest young hounds seen for a long time

Background imageThe Kennel Club Art Collection: Vesuvienne

Vesuvienne
Fox Terrier (Wire)

Background imageThe Kennel Club Art Collection: Ch Chow VIII

Ch Chow VIII
Canvas 14 x 12 ins. ChChow VIII was the first Champion in the breed. He passed through many hands during a long show career, one theory being his poor temperament, at times proving difficult to handle

Background imageThe Kennel Club Art Collection: running, two, Artwork, oil, painting, two dogs, horse, historical

running, two, Artwork, oil, painting, two dogs, horse, historical, The Kennel Club Art, 10848 Franz Xaver Muller 031 The Kennel Club©

Background imageThe Kennel Club Art Collection: Crufts, Agricultural Hall, 1893

Crufts, Agricultural Hall, 1893
Signed and dated 1893 Pencil, pen and black ink and grey wash heighted with white, 6.25 x 9.75 ins

Background imageThe Kennel Club Art Collection: Ladies of the Chorus

Ladies of the Chorus
This photogravure has been taken from Maud Earls portfolio British Hounds and Gun-Dogs, which was published in a limited edition of 500 copies in 1902 by the Berlin Photographic Company

Background imageThe Kennel Club Art Collection: Entente Cordiale

Entente Cordiale
Board 18 x 15.5 ins, signed The understanding between Britain and France reached in 1904 formed the basis of the Anglo-French cooperation in the First World War

Background imageThe Kennel Club Art Collection: FT Ch Sulhamstead Sheilin D Or

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

Background imageThe Kennel Club Art Collection: Cheroot

Cheroot
Canvas 12.5 x 16.5 ins, signed Cheroot was born in 1886 and was owned by G W Cook. He was out of a bitch named Busy whose details are unknown and he was sired by Cavendish

Background imageThe Kennel Club Art Collection: FT Ch Sulhamstead Valla D Or

FT Ch Sulhamstead Valla 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

Background imageThe Kennel Club Art Collection: 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

Background imageThe Kennel Club Art Collection: Bedlington Terrier

Bedlington Terrier
Canvas 13 x 15.5 ins, signed The Bedlington Terrier is rarely represented in art and this is a particularly fine portrait of a breed whose roots are with the poachers and tinkers of Northumberland

Background imageThe Kennel Club Art Collection: Mrs Skewes Coxs Schipperkes

Mrs Skewes Coxs Schipperkes
Signed and dated 1900 Watercolour and gouache 20.5 x 28.5 ins The dog is Ch Yaap, born in 1898 and a fine example of the type of Schipperke that was developing in England at that time

Background imageThe Kennel Club Art Collection: Lady Wavertrees Pomeranians

Lady Wavertrees Pomeranians
Signed and dated 1904 Oil on canvas 18 x 24 ins The painting here shows the Pomeranians Ch Dainty Boy, Ch Gateacre Bilbury Belle and Ch Gateacre Dainty Belle

Background imageThe Kennel Club Art Collection: Beacon Hill Meeting

Beacon Hill Meeting
Signed and dated 1853 Oil on canvas 28 x 36 ins This painting shows the end of a successful course at the Beacon Hill meeting in October 1848

Background imageThe Kennel Club Art Collection: Ancient Britons

Ancient Britons
Photogravure 11.5 x 14 ins Taken from the portofolio entitled British Hounds and Gundogs, this image shows the Welsh Foxhounds Trailer, Warrior and Grafter

Background imageThe Kennel Club Art Collection: Acklam Afghan Hounds

Acklam Afghan Hounds
Signed Oil on canvas This painting shows the Acklam Afghan Hounds bred by Mrs Howard Gibson. Ch Mitzou of Acklam is the top centre hound, shown with her litter, whelped in May 1946


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