Framed Pictures, Canvas Prints
Posters & Jigsaws since 2004
 
Pixel Perfect Guarantee
All orders are protected by
our Pixel Perfect Guarantee
Safe Delivery
Fast, Safe Delivery
and Easy Returns
Home > The Kennel Club Art Collection

Ch Cranbourne Lupin. Canvas 16 x 20 ins

Ch Cranbourne Lupin. Canvas 16 x 20 ins.

Ch Cranbourne Lupin. Canvas 16 x 20 ins.
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. She had a successful show career, winning 11 Challenge Certificates, including four at Crufts and was generally considered to be an outstanding example of the breed. She was the dam of three Champions.

Customise Your Product
Most popular orders
of this image
14"x12" (38x32cm) Framed Print of kennel club art collection/ch cranbourne lupin
Framed Print
Select this product
10"x8" (25x20cm) Print of kennel club art collection/ch cranbourne lupin
Photographic Print
Select this product
info Info
style Choices
rate_review Reviews
local_shipping Delivery
verified_user Pixel Perfect

Ch Cranbourne Lupin. Canvas 16 x 20 ins.

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. She had a successful show career, winning 11 Challenge Certificates, including four at Crufts and was generally considered to be an outstanding example of the breed. She was the dam of three Champions
© The Kennel Club
Media ID 10644940

Artwork , Champion , Happy , Trees

check Fully covered by our Pixel Perfect Guarantee
check Made with high-grade materials
check Expert colour and quality finish
Watermarking does not appear on finished products

Categories


> Images Dated > 2010 > September > 15 Sep 2010
> The Kennel Club Art Collection
Filename: 10877_H.Harris (1910 - 1946)_026_The Kennel Club©.jpg

Full Art Print Range

Regular Photo Prints (ideal for framing) are sent within one working day and all other items in 3-5 working days.