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Catalogue: Dogs
'Cave Canem!'
'Cave Canem!' (Beware of the Dog.) Engraved from, and the same size as, the original Picture in the possession of Henry James Turner Esq. of Stockleigh House, Regents Park.
Painted By Briton Riviere, R.A. Engraved by J.J. Chant.
London Published May 3rd. 1881, By Arthur Lucas, The Proprietor, 37, Duke Street, Piccadilly, S.W.
Mezzotint and etching, final published state on india laid paper, 605 x 455mm. 23¾ x 17¾". Some spotting; traces of mold in image. Margins trimmed.
A puppy stands guard at a doorway. After Briton Rivière (1840 - 1920).
Printseller's Association: pg.49.
[Ref: 8849]   £360.00  
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[Dobermann]
[Dobermann]
Signed Carsberg?.
n.d. c. 1930
Etching 200 x 260mm.
[Ref: 1190]   £110.00   (£132.00 incl.VAT)
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[Griffon]
[Griffon]
Signed Carsberg?.
n.d. c. 1930
Etching 200 x 260mm.
[Ref: 1191]   £130.00   (£156.00 incl.VAT)
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[Jack Russell]
[Jack Russell]
Signed Carsberg?.
n.d. c. 1930
Etching 200 x 260mm.
[Ref: 1192]   £110.00   (£132.00 incl.VAT)
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Le Cerf aux Abbois. [The stag at bay.]
Le Cerf aux Abbois. [The stag at bay.]
J.B. Oudri Del. Huquier Sculp.
A Paris ches Huquier rue des Mathurins au coin de celle de Sorbonne A.P.D.R. [n.d., c.1770.]
Etching, rare, 555 x 355mm. 21¾ x 14". A good impression, with margins.
A stag attacked by several hounds in a wooded landscape. From a series of animal and sporting subjects after Jean-Baptiste Oudry (1686 - 1755).
[Ref: 21626]   £320.00  
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Shivers
Shivers A celebrated Vermin Hunter the property of Mr. Surtees of Hamsterly Hall, Durham.
H.B. Chalon Pinx.t W. Raddon Sculp.t
London Pub.d Nov.r 1 1834 by Messrs. Ackermann & Co. Strand
Engraving on india paper, 205 x 130mm to platemark. 8 x 5".
Engraving after Henry Bernard Chalon (1770-1849), a frequent exhibitor at the Royal Academy whose work is not represented in the Tate collection.
[Ref: 14693]   £75.00   (£90.00 incl.VAT)
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Champion Benham Busybody.
Champion Benham Busybody.
N.Emms.
Published by Fawcett McGuire & Co Ltd, Birkbeck Bank Chambers, London. [n.d., c.1920.]
Chromolithograph. 175 x 245mm. Trimmed to image, mounted on printed card, as issued.
Blank & Tan Terrier.
[Ref: 2338]   £65.00   (£78.00 incl.VAT)
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England's Pride.
England's Pride. "Champion Pressgang". K.G.S.B. 1226 E.
Arthur Wardle 1902 [in image lower left.]
Published by F. Mansell at 1 Orleston Road, Holloway, London N. 7th. February 1903. Copyright registered.
Photogravure on india. Plate 470 x 552mm. 18½ x 21¾".
The first of four from a series on prominent Bulldogs from the last century. Inscribed lower left in pencil: To Captn. G.A. Armytage with the Publisher's regards F. Mansell. 14/05/03". Arthur Wardle (1860-1949), one of the widely known dog painters of the 19th and 20th centuries.
See Ref: 21079 for framed and coloured, dated 1924.
[Ref: 26630]   £450.00  
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"Champion Breda Mixer"
[Anon]
Published by F.Mansell at 1 Orleston Road, Holloway, London N. the 15th June 1896. Copyright registered.
Photogravure on india laid paper, 365 x 420mm. 14¼ x 16½".
Fine portrait of an Irish terrier in the style of Arthur Wardle.
[Ref: 23450]   £360.00  
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'Champion Venio'
'Champion Venio'
Published by F.Mansell at 1 Orleston Road, Holloway, London N. the 6th July 1896. Copyright registered.
Photogravure on india laid paper, 370 x 425mm. 14½ x 16¾".
A fox terrier in an interior, leather chair and table leg behind.
[Ref: 15724]   £220.00  
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The Chase.
The Chase. To Thomas Griffith Esq:r, this Engraving from the Original Picture in the Collection, Is most respectfully dedicated by his very Obliged Servant Chalrles Hancock.
Painted by C. Hancock. Engraved by W. Giller.
London, Published Nov.r 1. 1837, by Hodgson & Graves Printsellers by Special appointment to Her Majesty, 6 Pall Mall.
Mezzotint. Sheet size: 470 x 340mm (18¼ x 13¼"). Trimmed inside plate.
A dramatic scene with a black dog falling over the edge of a cliff, while chasing a rabbit lying dead below, as two other dogs watch from above. After sporting and animal painter Charles Hancock (1802 - 1877).
Ex collection of Hon. Christopher Lennox-Boyd.
[Ref: 39065]   £260.00  
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Chiens de Chasse.
Chiens de Chasse.
Decamps del. Jules Collignon sc.
Au Bureau de l'Artiste, Rue des Filles St.Thomas, 9 Place de la Bourse. [n.d., c.1850.].
Mezzotint. 305 x 340mm. Some spotting.
With a blindstamp of Goupil & Co.
[Ref: 1691]   £130.00   (£156.00 incl.VAT)
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[Liberti] [Chihuahua and Two Chow Chow Puppies.]
[Liberti] [Chihuahua and Two Chow Chow Puppies.]
Etching signed Efremoff. Ltd. 23/380.
n.d. c.1960. Paris.
Etching 270 x 210mm.
A proud Chihuahua sits facing forward while two Chow Chow puppies rest with their paws over a ledge.
[Ref: 2320]   £140.00   (£168.00 incl.VAT)
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[Child and Terrier.]
[Child and Terrier.]
Meta Pluckebaum [signed in pencil.]
[n.d. c.1930.]
Etching, signed in pencil. Plate 247 x 209mm. 9¾ x 8¼".
A naked child sat next to a seated Wessex Terrier. Meta Pluckebaum (1876-1954) was a German painter. She was popular in Europe for her work in children's portraits, still life and animals, especially cats and dogs. She was highly successful in the United States for her humorous and sensitive etchings of cats and dogs.
[Ref: 24299]   £240.00  
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[A set of original illustrations by Neave Parker for 'Chips the Alsatian'.]
[A set of original illustrations by Neave Parker for 'Chips the Alsatian'.]
[Larger images signed 'Neave Parker' to inset cartouche; one dated [19]40 by the artist. All are stamped '2 May 1940' to verso.]
Eighteen (18) pen & ink drawings on scraperboard, cut to various sizes: six c.240 x 165mm, 9½ x 6½"; the rest 195 x 160mm (7¾ x 6¼"), or smaller. Various pen and pencil annotations to margins and versos; all are captioned with their intended positions in the text, i.e. 'Chap 4 page 36'. Larger images also with relevant quotation. Most with pinholes to margins; generally a little bumping and creasing to sometimes rough-cut extremities. Altogether a fine set.
The book by Lady Kitty Edith Blanche Vincent (afterwards Ritson) was one of the 'Animals All' series of children's books. It was first published in London by T. Nelson & Sons in 1940. A unique archive of lively and engaging images following the life of a robust Alsatian puppy to adulthood; scenes of the dog at work and play, in a variety of poses and engaged in a variety of activities, indoors and outdoors. One image features a pony. The final sketch is lettered 'The End' in pen in thick ruled Gothic script. W. Neave Parker (1910 - 1961) worked as a surveyor for a short while before going on to serve in the Royal Air Force during the Second World War, working in the Photographic Unit. After making the acquaintance of Maurice Burton, a scientific associate at the Natural History Museum and also honorary science editor at the Illustrated London News, he began to produce animal illustrations. The first of his drawings of prehistoric animals appeared in the Illustrated London News on 30 September 1950. He became an accomplished scientific illustrator and the National History Museum commissioned him to do a series of picture postcards; the museum retains the 19 original drawings for this series. Parker also illustrated numerous children's books. His drawings are held in the Ulster Museum and he was the subject of an exhibition there entitled, ' The Prehistoric World of Neave Parker' in 1993.
See BLW.P.5331/8.
[Ref: 25284]   £650.00  
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Ind. Ch. Chounam Brilliantine.
Ind. Ch. Chounam Brilliantine.
[Unidentified signature, pencil lower right.] Pestlo'hb_ [C.E. Collett.]
[American?, n.d., c.1925.]
Etching printed in colours, private plate?, 200 x 250mm. 8 x 9¾". Filled holes to lower left margin, one or two in plate.
A portrait of the world's most expensive dog, the Chow Chow named 'Ch. Choonam Brilliantine'.
As reported in The Kennel Gazette, September 1925: '...bred by Mrs Mannooch and was born in March 1924, sired by Akbar out of Ashvale Chop Chop. At his first appearance in the show ring at Cruftís show this year he was most signally successful and took his first Challenge Certificate at the age of eleven months... at eight Championship shows in succession he was a sterling winner, and at seven consecutive championship fixtures he was awarded the Grand Challenge Prize for best dog in the show, which is probably a record in any breed. The whole of his winning career in this country occupied less than five months and was actually completed before he was sixteen months old. Needless to say Mrs Mannooch received many offers for him and indeed was offered a three figure price the very first day he was exhibited at Crufts and on July 17th this year Ch. Choonam Brilliantine sailed for America, having been sold to Mrs Earl Hoover for £1,800 a price which is, in all probability, the highest ever paid for any dog.í
Dorothy May White (1891 - c.1975) was married to the multimillionaire Howard Earl Hoover of Chicago, chairman of the Hoover Co., the vacuum cleaner empire; her father was President of the Chicago Board of Trade. Perhaps she commissioned this endearing etching of her beloved pooch.
A Chow Chow, a breed of dog first developed in mongolia, and is often referred to in China as the 'Songshi Quan', the puffy-lion dog. It was in the 1800s that clippers ships between China and England brought cargo back and forth of miscellaneous objects, referred to as chow chow. The first chow chow dog appeared in England in the 1830s and retained the name chow chow after been transported in one of those clippers ships during one of the cargo voyages.

[Ref: 17221]   £360.00  
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[Foresters.] No.20.
[Foresters.] No.20.
Maud Earl.
Copyright 1902, by Photographische Gesellschaft. Published by the Berlin Photographic Company Berlin - London W. 133 New Bond Street_New York 14 East 23rd Street.
Photogravure. Plate 304 x 375mm. 12 x 14¾".
Clumber Spaniels, 'Champion Rose of Hardwick' & 'Brave of Hardwick'. Owner Her Grace the Duchess of Newcastle.
No. 20 British Hounds & Gundogs.
[Ref: 16003]   £330.00  
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Huhnerhund u. Waldschnepfe / Cocker and Woodcock.
Huhnerhund u. Waldschnepfe / Cocker and Woodcock.
[after Richard Ansdell]
Berlin P. Sala & Co. Uter den Linden 57.
Lithograph 260 x 320mm, image. Glue stains from verso in sky.
German lithograph of the popular Richard Ansdell picture.
[Ref: 417]   £220.00  
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Cocker and Woodcock.
Cocker and Woodcock.
Richard Ansdell. H.T.Ryall.
London. Published May 1, 1855, by Lloyd Brothers & Co., Ludgate Hill.
Mixed method engraving. 370 x 270mm.
[Ref: 418]   £320.00  
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[October - A Busy Team.]
[October - A Busy Team.]
Maud Earl. [Signed in plate and in pencil.]
Copyright, 1906, Photographische Gesellschaft. Published by the Berlin Photographic Company, Berlin - London W. 133 New Bond Street - New-York 14 East 23rd Street.
Colour photogravure, Limited to 100 signed proofs, image 210 x 355mm. 8¼ x 14". Sheet trimmed and laid to card.
Cocker Spaniels. Maud Alice Earl (1864 - 1943) was an eminent British-American canine painter. Her works are much enjoyed by dog enthusiasts and also accurately record many breeds. Earl was the born in London, the daughter of artist George Earl and his first wife Alice Beaumont Rawlins. Maud's profession was the continuation of a family tradition. George Earl, an avid sportsman and noted sporting painter, was his daughterís first teacher and had his daughter study the anatomy of her subjects, drawing dog, horse and human skeletons to improve her skill. She later said that her fatherís instruction had given her ability that set her apart from other dog painters. After her father's tutelage Maud went on to study at Royal Female School of Art (later incorporated into the Central School of Art). Earl became famous during the Victorian Era, a time when women were not expected to make their living at painting. Nevertheless, she developed a select clientele, including Royals amongst her patrons such as Queen Victoria and Queen Alexandra. Although evidently extremely successful in England, Earl felt that the world she knew had been destroyed by World War I and she emigrated to New York City in 1916. By this time her work had received wide international recognition and her popular images were published in a number of books and in print form. The Sportsman's Year featured twelve of Earl's works as engravings. Maud Earl died in New York in 1943 and is buried at Sleepy Hollow Cemetery in Sleepy Hollow, New York.
For the 'Sportsman's Year'.
Berlin Photographic Company blindstamp lower left.

[Ref: 13131]   £270.00  
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[October - A Busy Team.]
[October - A Busy Team.]
Maud Earl.
Copyright 1906. Published by the Berlin Photographic Company Berlin - London W. 133 New Bond Street.
Colour photogravure. 220 x 350mm.
Cocker Spaniels. Maud Alice Earl (1864-1943) was an eminent British-American canine painter. Her works are much enjoyed by dog enthusiasts and also accurately record many breeds. Earl was the born in London, the daughter of artist George Earl and his first wife Alice Beaumont Rawlins. Maud's profession was the continuation of a family tradition. George Earl, an avid sportsman and noted sporting painter, was his daughterís first teacher and had his daughter study the anatomy of her subjects, drawing dog, horse and human skeletons to improve her skill. She later said that her fatherís instruction had given her ability that set her apart from other dog painters. After her father's tutelage Maud went on to study at Royal Female School of Art (later incorporated into the Central School of Art). Earl became famous during the Victorian Era, a time when women were not expected to make their living at painting. Nevertheless, she developed a select clientele, including Royals amongst her patrons such as Queen Victoria and Queen Alexandra. Although evidently extremely successful in England, Earl felt that the world she knew had been destroyed by World War I and she emigrated to New York City in 1916. By this time her work had received wide international recognition and her popular images were published in a number of books and in print form. The Sportsman's Year featured twelve of Earl's works as engravings. Maud Earl died in New York in 1943 and is buried at Sleepy Hollow Cemetery in Sleepy Hollow, New York.
[Ref: 2240]   £380.00  
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[Waiting and Watching - border collies.]
[Waiting and Watching - border collies.]
Wright Barker 1896.
Etching, signed by the artist. 330 x 560mm. Some surface abrasions.
Border collies at rest.
[Ref: 516]   £420.00  
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La Convoitise. Épagneul & Havanais. The Greedy Dogs _ Codicia.
La Convoitise. Épagneul & Havanais. The Greedy Dogs _ Codicia.
Lithog par J. Didier díaprès le tableau original de Zacharie Noterman.
Paris, Desgodets et C.ie 20 Rue Hautefeuille. London V.or Delarue. Imp. Lemercier, rue de Seine 57 Paris. [n.d. c.1860.]
Coloured lithograph. 601 x 776mm. 23¾ x 30½". Repaired tears.
A Spaniel and Havanese looking fish in a dish and a pot on the side, a dead hare lying over a bench, and oysters in a basket on the floor.
[Ref: 25913]   £480.00  
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Refaits.
Refaits.
P. Cottin Del. E.Pirodon lith. Imp. Lemercier & Co. Paris.
Publie par Goupil & Compie. le !st Octobre 1874. Paris, London, La Haye, Berlin.
Lithograph. Printed area 330 x 525mm.
A pair of rough terriers.
[Ref: 1402]   £320.00  
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[Spaniel] 'F.P.O.' lower right.
[Spaniel] 'F.P.O.' lower right.
Grave a L'aquatinta par F.P. d'Orleans.
n.d. c.1810
Uncoloured aquatint engraving in a naïve style. 240 x 290mm. Plate mark of left broken, largae margins, crease upper left just inside margins
[Ref: 1860]   £60.00   (£72.00 incl.VAT)
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[Waldmann.]
[Waldmann.]
[Engraved by Charles Mottram, 1874.] [EL: artist's monogram.]
London Published Sept.r 28.th 1874 by Henry Graves & Co, the Proprietors Publishers to H.M. the Queen &, T.R.H. The Prince & Princess of Wales, 6 Pall Mall, Copyright Registered. [Published by Henry Graves & Co. Printsellers and Publishers to Her Majesty the Queen and T.R.H. The Prince and Princess of Wales, Pall Mall, London. Sold by D. Woodcock & Co., 17, Farringdon Street, London.]
Mixed method engraving, proof before letters on india. Printseller's Association Stamp. Artist Proof Edition, Limited to One Hundred Copies. Plate 559 x 425mm. 22 x 16¾".
Waldmann, Queen Victoria's dachshund. From "Her Majesty's Pets being a Collection of Twenty Steel-Place Engravings from Paintings by Sir Edwin Landseer, R.A. By Special Permission of, and Dedicated to Her Most Gracious Majesty the Queen".
Ex Collection of Hon Christopher Lennox-Boyd.
[Ref: 23023]   £520.00  
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[Dackel.]
[Dackel.]
[Engraved by Charles Mottram, 1874.] [EL: artist's monogram.]
London Published August 1.st 1874 by Henry Graves & Co, the Proprietors Publishers to H.M. the Queen &, T.R.H. The Prince & Princess of Wales, 6 Pall Mall, Copyright Registered. [Published by Henry Graves & Co. Printsellers and Publishers to Her Majesty the Queen and T.R.H. The Prince and Princess of Wales, Pall Mall, London. Sold by D. Woodcock & Co., 17, Farringdon Street, London.]
Mixed method engraving, proof before letters on india. Printseller's Association Stamp. Artist Proof Edition, Limited to One Hundred Copies. Plate 425 x 559mm. 16¾ x 22". Uncut, mint. Very small foxing off image.
Her Majesty's favourite badger dog. The original picture belongs to Her Majesty the Queen, and hangs at Osborne. From "Her Majesty's Pets being a Collection of Twenty Steel-Place Engravings from Paintings by Sir Edwin Landseer, R.A. By Special Permission of, and Dedicated to Her Most Gracious Majesty the Queen".
Ex Collection of Christopher Lennox-Boyd.
[Ref: 23029]   £520.00  
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Dogs of the Dalmatian breed. -
Dogs of the Dalmatian breed. - from an original picture in the possession of Sir John Fleming Leicester Baronet &c. &c.
James Ward R.A. Pinx et Delt.
London Pubd. May 1st. 1824. R. Ackermann Strand.
Lithograph on india laid paper, image 370 x 510mm. 14½ x 20". Some foxing. Tatty extremities outside india.
While is no reference by Julia Frankau to this very unusual and rare lithograph of the Dalmatian dog, an exhibition list does mention a drawing with the same title exhibited at the British Institute in 1806. A prolific artist, James Ward R..A. (1769 - 1859) was one of the finest animal, portrait, and landscape painters of Regency England. Brittle, pious, and argumentative, Ward worked well into the mid-19th century, creating dynamic compositions that epitomized Romanticism. He was devoted to the art of Rubens and Van Dyck, and emulated them more than any of his contemporaries.
[Ref: 9078]   £850.00  
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[Dandie Dinmont and his Terriers.]
[Dandie Dinmont and his Terriers.]
Gourlay Steel R.S.A. Delt. James Stephenson Sculpt.
Engraving. 330 x 435mm.
[Ref: 5712]   £260.00  
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[Dandie Dinmont and the Hedgehog.]
[Dandie Dinmont and the Hedgehog.]
[Engraved by Charles Mottram, 1874.] [EL: artist's monogram.]
London Published Nov.r 5.th 1874 by Henry Graves & Co, the Proprietors Publishers to H.M. the Queen &, T.R.H. The Prince & Princess of Wales, 6 Pall Mall, Copyright Registered. [Published by Henry Graves & Co. Printsellers and Publishers to Her Majesty the Queen and T.R.H. The Prince and Princess of Wales, Pall Mall, London. Sold by D. Woodcock & Co., 17, Farringdon Street, London.]
Mixed method engraving, proof before letters on india. Printseller's Association Stamp. Artist Proof Edition, Limited to One Hundred Copies. Plate 444 x 533mm. 17½ x 21". Uncut, mint.
An old Skye terrier given to the Queen by H.R.H. Prince Albert, on May 24.th 1842. The original picture belongs to Her Majesty the Queen, and hangs at Osborne. Exhibited at the Royal Academy in 1854. From "Her Majesty's Pets being a Collection of Twenty Steel-Place Engravings from Paintings by Sir Edwin Landseer, R.A. By Special Permission of, and Dedicated to Her Most Gracious Majesty the Queen".
Ex Collection of Christopher Lennox-Boyd.
[Ref: 23032]   £620.00  
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Champion Dandies
Champion Dandies "Blacket House Yet" and "Ancrum Fanny".
Arthur Wardle 1897 [signed and dated in plate.]
Published by Art Engraving Department, Spratts Patent Limited, London E.C.3. 1924.
Photogravure on india laid paper, 445 x 525mm. 17½ x 20¾". A good impression with full margins. Slight Printer's crease on left.
Two Dandie Dinmont terriers. The breed is named after Dandie Dinmont, a jovial farmer in Sir Walter Scott's novel Guy Mannering. Arthur Wardle (British, 1864 -1949) was a prolific and very talented late nineteenth century artist who created an extraordinary body of work, yet surprisingly little has been written about him. Known by some as a painter of big game and wildlife, he is for dog lovers one of the pre-eminent painters of pure bred dogs that England has produced.
[Ref: 23448]   £420.00  
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[Dash.]
[Dash.]
[Engraved by Charles Mottram, 1875.] [EL: artist's monogram.]
London Published Sept.r 18th. 1875 by Henry Graves & Co, the Proprietors Publishers to H.M. the Queen &, T.R.H. The Prince & Princess of Wales, 6 Pall Mall_Copyright Registered. [Published by Henry Graves & Co. Printsellers and Publishers to Her Majesty the Queen and T.R.H. The Prince and Princess of Wales, Pall Mall, London. Sold by D. Woodcock & Co., 17, Farringdon Street, London.]
Mixed method engraving, proof before letters on india. Printseller's Association Stamp. Artist Proof Edition, Limited to One Hundred Copies. Plate 408 x 367mm. 16 x 14½". Tear in the margins, well off platemark, uncut, mint.
The Duchess of Kent's favourite spaniel. The original picture belongs to Her Majesty the Queen, and hangs at Osborne. There is a monument in marble to this dog on Windsor Castle slopes, with appropriate inscription. From "Her Majesty's Pets being a Collection of Twenty Steel-Place Engravings from Paintings by Sir Edwin Landseer, R.A. By Special Permission of, and Dedicated to Her Most Gracious Majesty the Queen".
Ex Collection of The Hon. Christopher Lennox-Boyd.
[Ref: 23012]   £650.00  
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Les Sept Péchés Capitaux.
Les Sept Péchés Capitaux.
Godefroy Jadin Pinx. Emile Lassalle Lith.
Paris_Lalanne et C.ie Editeurs, rue Neuve Bréda, 16.
A scarce lithograph. Sheet: 530 x 760mm (21 x 30''). Bit dusty in title.
Portraits of seven dogs representing the Seven Deadly Sins. On the far left a dog jealously guards his bone, below him a spaniel lies lazily on the gound, to the right a large white dog, with his tongue out, representing lust, places his paw on a central dog. The central figure which represents pride sits with an embossed red coat on, to her left an angry dog bears its teeth. Greed is represented by a dog gorging on a large piece of meat watch enviously by a dog on the extreme right. The dogs are labelled: 'Avarita', 'Picarita', 'Libido', 'Superbia', 'Ira', 'Cula' and 'Invida'.
[Ref: 46657]   £420.00  
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[Les Sept Péchés Capitaux.]
[Les Sept Péchés Capitaux.]
[Godefroy Jadin Pinx. Emile Lassalle Lith.]
[Paris_Lalanne et C.ie Editeurs, rue Neuve Bréda, 16.]
A scarce lithograph with fine original hand-colour. Sheet: 330 x 665mm (13 x 26¼"). Trimmed to image.
Portraits of seven dogs representing the Seven Deadly Sins. On the far left a dog jealously guards his bone, below him a spaniel lies lazily on the gound, to the right a large white dog, with his tongue out, representing lust, places his paw on a central dog. The central figure which represents pride sits with an embossed red coat on, to her left an angry dog bears its teeth. Greed is represented by a dog gorging on a large piece of meat watch enviously by a dog on the extreme right.
[Ref: 46658]   £420.00  
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[Dear Old Boz.]
[Dear Old Boz.]
[Engraved by Charles Mottram, 1875.] [EL: artist's monogram.]
London Published Oct.r 28.th 1875 by Henry Graves & Co, the Proprietors Publishers to H.M. the Queen &, T.R.H. The Prince & Princess of Wales, 6 Pall Mall, Copyright Registered. [Published by Henry Graves & Co. Printsellers and Publishers to Her Majesty the Queen and T.R.H. The Prince and Princess of Wales, Pall Mall, London. Sold by D. Woodcock & Co., 17, Farringdon Street, London.]
Mixed method engraving, proof before letters on india. Printseller's Association Stamp. Artist Proof Edition, Limited to One Hundred Copies. Plate 450 x 527mm. 17¾ x 20¾". Uncut, mint.
Dear Old Boz with a rabbit. Exhibited at the British Institution in 1865. The original picture belongs to Her Majesty the Queen, and hangs at Osborne. From "Her Majesty's Pets being a Collection of Twenty Steel-Place Engravings from Paintings by Sir Edwin Landseer, R.A. By Special Permission of, and Dedicated to Her Most Gracious Majesty the Queen".
Ex. Collection of Hon Christopher Lennox-Boyd.
[Ref: 23037]   £550.00  
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Deerhound.
Deerhound.
Painted by Edwin Landseer. R.A. Drawn on Stone by Thos. Fairland.
London. Published July. 1st 1835 by B.B.King Monument Yard. Printed by Graf & Soret.
Lithograph. 285 x 195mm.
[Ref: 1364]   £190.00   (£228.00 incl.VAT)
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[Dick (A Fox Terrier).]
[Dick (A Fox Terrier).]
Frank Paton. Joseph B. Pratt. [Pencil signatures]
[Published by E.E.Leggatt, Wednesday 22nd December, 1886.]
Mezzotint on india paper. One of 275 signed proofs. PSA blind stamp. 530 x 530mm.
A male fox terrier.
Printsellers: p. 89. Ex: Collection of The Hon. C. Lennox-Boyd.
[Ref: 4566]   £550.00  
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Dining Out. (Nothing for the Waiter.)
Dining Out. (Nothing for the Waiter.)
Drawn by Alfred Crowquill. Engraved by J. Porter.
London, Published by W. Tegg & Co. 85, Queen St. Cheapside. Oct.r 30th. 1855.
Mixed-method engraving, rare. Plate 438 x 342mm. 17¼ x 13½".
A rural scene; a girl with some bread in her hand and wheat in a bundle tied into her dress, walks towards a gate; a dog looks up at her for the piece of bread.
[Ref: 19372]   £240.00  
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[The Dismemberment of a Turkey.]
[The Dismemberment of a Turkey.]
Painted by Frank Paton, engraved by W. Redaway signed in pencil by both.
London Published April 2nd 1883 by E.E. Leggatt, 46 Fenchurch Street EC.
Etching, artists proof, limited to 75. Remarque "Turkey chasing away puppies". 330 x 330mm.
Frank Paton (1856-1909)
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So great Ones keep the less in aw,/ Like Dog with Mutton under Paw.
So great Ones keep the less in aw,/ Like Dog with Mutton under Paw.
F. Snyders pinx:
I. Smith fe et ex. [n.d., c.1730.]
Rare etching, second state. Sheet 235 x 320mm, 9¼ x 12½". Vertical fold. Trimmed within plate; corners chipped.
A large snarling dog protects a sheep carcass, tumbled from a basket onto the floor; two smaller dogs approach from the right, and a startled monkey clings to a chair at left. Cutlery, fruit and vegetables strewn around.
After Frans Snyders (Flemish, 1579 - 1657).

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[Dalmation Dogs and kennels.]
[Dalmation Dogs and kennels.]
[Etched by Paul Renouard.]
[n.d., 1907.]
Etching. 280 x 225mm, 11 x 8¾".
Charles Paul Renouard (1845-1924). While at the Ecole des Beaux-Arts in 1875 he and his instructor were hired to decorate the ceiling of the Paris opera house, which was the inspiration for his most well-known series of etchings, Le Nouvel Opéra. He came to London in the 1890s and started work for the 'Graphic' newspaper, sketching theater-goers and performers at the Theater Royal in Drury Lane, and policemen and defendants at one of Londonís many police courts.
[Ref: 9058]   £150.00   (£180.00 incl.VAT)
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[Dogs grooming themselves.]
[Dogs grooming themselves.]
[Etched by Paul Renouard.]
[n.d., 1907.]
Etching. 280 x 225mm, 11 x 8¾".
Charles Paul Renouard (1845-1924). While at the Ecole des Beaux-Arts in 1875 he and his instructor were hired to decorate the ceiling of the Paris opera house, which was the inspiration for his most well-known series of etchings, Le Nouvel Opéra. He came to London in the 1890s and started work for the 'Graphic' newspaper, sketching theater-goers and performers at the Theater Royal in Drury Lane, and policemen and defendants at one of Londonís many police courts.
[Ref: 9059]   £130.00   (£156.00 incl.VAT)
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[Study of a terrier dog in a larder.]
[Study of a terrier dog in a larder.] IIIme Livre D'Etude D'Animaux Dessine par Huet Peintre du Roi.
Demarteau sculp.
A Paris ches Demarteau Graveur du Roi rue de la Pellerie a la Cloche. [n.d., c.1770.]
Etching and crayon-manner printed in sanguine, 230 x 310mm. 9 x 12¼".
Behind the dog's head is a dead lamb and fowl.
From a series of animal studies published by engraver Gilles Demarteau (1722 - 1776), specialist in crayon manner, after Jean Baptiste Huet (1745 - 1811).

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Democ-Soc. Aristo.
Democ-Soc. Aristo.
Peint par Alfred De Dreux. Imp. Lemercier, 57 Rue de Seine, a Paris. ['Emile Lassalle' signature facsimile in plate lower left.]
Paris et New York_ Goupil Vibert et C.ie Editeurs. Entered according to Act of Congress, in the year 1850, by W. Schaus, in the Clerk's Office of the District Court of the United States for the Southern District of New York. London. E. Gambert & Co. Publishers. [Publisher's blindstamp below publication line].
Tinted lithograph. Printed area: 510 x 680mm (20 x 26¾"). Light foxing to lower half of sheet. Pin hold in left edge of printed area.
A large tinted lithograph depicting a Boston Terrier (left) and a Whippit (right) looking at each other, wearing large thick collars. The Boston Terrier is named 'Democ-Soc', representing a Democratic Society, whilst the Whippit is named 'Aristo', a reference to the Aristocracy.
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[Infant in highchair at table with dogs and a cat.]
[Infant in highchair at table with dogs and a cat.]
[Anon; unsigned.]
London, Published October 12th 1891 by Louis Brall & Sons, 38, Hart Street, Bloomsbury, W.C.
Mezzotint on india paper, proof before title, 685 x 535mm. 27 x 21". A crisp impression with full, somewhat soiled and spotted outer margins.
Eating from the child's plate which has dropped to the floor (and cracked) is a pug, Scottish terrier, fox terrier and another dog; also a tabby-cat.
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Dogs.
Dogs. From an original picture in the collection of J.W.Steers, Esq.r to whom this picture is dedicated by His obliged obedient serv.t. Tho.s Macklin.
G.Moreland Pinx.t. G.Shepheard Sculp.
Published by T.Palser, Surrey Side, Westminster Bridge. [n.d., c.1800.]
Mixed method engraving, printed in colours. 430 x 495mm. Some toning of margins, faint crease.
A pair of setters and a bulldog.
[Ref: 8126]   £280.00  
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[Dogs.]
[Dogs.]
Klein fec. 1812.
[German.]
Etching. Plate 82 x 95mm (3¼ x 3¾").
Two dogs resting. Johann Adam Klein (1792-1875), the German etcher from Nuremberg.
[Ref: 31314]   £60.00   (£72.00 incl.VAT)
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Portraits of Dogs.
Portraits of Dogs. From the Original Picture In the Collection of Briggs Price Fountain, Esq.e at Narford in the County of Norfolk.
Jean Fyt Pinxit. Daniel Lerperniere Sculpsit.
Publish'd Sep.r 25.th 1799 by John & Josiah Boydell, No.90 Cheapside London.
Engraving with fine hand-colour. Framed. Plate: 510 x 600mm (20 x 23¾"). Frame 755 x 850mm (29¾ x 33½"). Unexamined out of frame.
A portrait of ten dogs in a landscape, in the foregroud are several spaniels, a greyhound and a pair of bloodhounds, in a very decorative frame.
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[Dogs and cats in a yard.]
[Dogs and cats in a yard.]
[Richard Gaywood.]
[British, n.d., c.1680.]
Etching, 140 x 210mm. 5½ x 8¼".
A greyhound and spaniel looking up at two squirrels in a tree upper right; two cats lower right, a mastiff chained to a thatched building at left, and a forth dog sitting at centre of composition. From a series of plates showing groups of animals, numbered '10' lower right. The composition derives from Francis Barlow's drawing of three dogs and two cats, which was etched in reverse by Gaywood for 'Variae quadrupedum species'. Gaywood modified this design, including another dog at bottom centre and another cat at lower right, and has removed one of the original cats and added the tree with squirrels in the background. This appears to be a reissue of his plate, with the number and a 'Y' added (upper right).
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The Angler's Guard.
The Angler's Guard. The picture painted in 1824 was presented to the Nation by J. Sheepshanks Esq. in 1857.
Sir Edwin Landseer, R.A. W.J. Josey.
London, Henry Graves & Co. March 1st 1892, Copyright.
Mixed method, 220 x 225mm. 8¾ x 9". A fine impression, with full margins.
A St Bernard dog and greyhound sitting beside a fisherman's catch on the riverbank. After Edwin Landseer (1802 - 1873); from 'The Works of Sir Edwin Landseer, R.A., "Library Edition"', H. Graves (in parts) 1880s-90s.
[Ref: 22725]   £130.00   (£156.00 incl.VAT)
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