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[Puzzling it out.] No.7.
[Puzzling it out.] No.7.
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. 298 x 374mm. 11¾ x 14¾".
Beagles. - The Thrope Satchville Beagles - 'Dellicate' and 'Cruiser'. - Owner - J. Otho Paget, Esqr.
No. 7 British Hounds & Gundogs.
[Ref: 15989]   £320.00  
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[Detectives.] No.1.
[Detectives.] No.1.
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".
Bloodhounds, 'Panther' & 'Champion Wandle Welcome'. Owner - A. Croston-Smith Esqr.
No.1 British Hounds & Gundogs.
[Ref: 15998]   £280.00   (£336.00 incl.VAT)
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[Dreadnought]
[Dreadnought]
Maud Earl
1909. Published by the Berlin Photographic Company Berlin - London W. 133 New Bond Street, London.
Photogravure, limited edition signed by the artist. 260 x 360mm. Remarque. Artists Proof.
Bulldog. The Fine Art Trade Journal (October, 1909): A Famous BULLDOG, Nuthurst Lad, sat as Model to Miss EARL'S Latest Picture. Winner of 70 Prizes. His Sire was Nuthurst Doctor, who won 26 Championships.
[Ref: 2235]   £480.00  
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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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[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   (£324.00 incl.VAT)
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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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[March - Nipped in the Bud.]
[March - Nipped in the Bud.]
Maud Earl.
Copyright 1906. Published by the Berlin Photographic Company Berlin - London W. 133 New Bond Street.
Colour photogravure, ltd edition of 100, signed by the Artist. 220 x 350mm.
Wire-haired Fox Terriers. 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: 7452]   £280.00   (£336.00 incl.VAT)
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[March - Nipped in the Bud.]
[March - Nipped in the Bud.]
Maud Earl.
Copyright 1906. Published by the Berlin Photographic Company Berlin - London W. 133 New Bond Street.
Colour photogravure, ltd edition of 100, signed by the Artist. 220 x 350mm.
Wire-haired Fox Terriers. 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: 2289]   £350.00  
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[A Burning Scent.] No.4.
[A Burning Scent.] No.4.
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".
The Rufford Foxhounds, 'Spartan', 'Twister' & 'Grappler'. - Owner - Earl Manvers.
No. 4 British Hounds & Gundogs - 206/500.
[Ref: 36023]   £230.00   (£276.00 incl.VAT)
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[June - The Long Vacation.]
[June - The Long Vacation.]
Maud Earl.
Photographische Gesellschaft - Berlin Photographic Company Berlin, London W, 133 New Bond Street; New York, 14 East 23rd Street. Copyright 1906
Colour photogravure, signed artist proof. 220 x 350mm. Extremely large margins. Original title pasted to reverse as issued.
From 'the Sportsman's Calendar'. 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: 36024]   £320.00  
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[June - The Long Vacation.]
[June - The Long Vacation.]
Maud Earl.
Photographische Gesellschaft - Berlin Photographic Company Berlin, London W, 133 New Bond Street; New York, 14 East 23rd Street. Copyright 1906
Colour photogravure. 220 x 350mm.
Foxhounds from 'the Sportsman's Calendar'. 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: 7448]   £190.00   (£228.00 incl.VAT)
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[Ancient Britons.] No.5.
[Ancient Britons.] No.5.
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 305 x 368mm. 12 x 14½".
Welsh foxhounds, 'Trailer', 'Warrior' & 'Grafter'.
No. 5 British Hounds & Gundogs.
[Ref: 15997]   £250.00   (£300.00 incl.VAT)
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[June - The Long Vacation.]
[June - The Long Vacation.]
Maud Earl.
Photographische Gesellschaft - Berlin Photographic Company Berlin, London W, 133 New Bond Street; New York, 14 East 23rd Street. Copyright 1906
Colour photogravure, signed artist proof. 220 x 350mm, very large margins.
Four dogs sit in the shade, avoiding the bright June sun. From 'the Sportsman's Calendar' by Maud Alice Earl (1864-1943) an eminent British-American canine painter.
[Ref: 40207]   £320.00  
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[Gordon Highlanders.]
[Gordon Highlanders.]
Maud Earl.
Copyright 1902. Published by the Berlin Photographic Company Berlin - London V. 133 New Bond Street.
Photogravure, 300 x 370mm. s;oght foxing on plate mark and margin
Gordon Setters, 'Heather Countess' & Heather Ronald'. - Owner - Robert Chapman, Esqr.
No.13 British Hounds & Gundogs - limited to 500.
[Ref: 36022]   £300.00  
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[A Mallard drake landing on salt flats.]
[A Mallard drake landing on salt flats.]
Maud Earl.
Published by the Berlin Photographic Company Berlin, London W, 133 New Bond Street; New York, 14 East 23rd Street. [n.d., c.1910.]
Colour photogravure, signed in pencil by the artist. 380 x 555mm, 15 x 21¾". Framed. Unexamined out of the frame.
An uncommon print.
[Ref: 11835]   £490.00  
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[July - Near the Holt]
[July - Near the Holt]
Maud Earl.
Photographische Gesellschaft - Berlin Photographic Company Berlin, London W, 133 New Bond Street; New York, 14 East 23rd Street. Copyright 1906
Photogravure, 215 x 350mm
Three Otterhounds. July - From the Sportsman Calendar. 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: 2266]   £280.00   (£336.00 incl.VAT)
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[Pheasants foraging.]
[Pheasants foraging.]
Maud Earl.
Published by the Berlin Photographic Company Berlin, London W, 133 New Bond Street; New York, 14 East 23rd Street. [n.d., c.1910.]
Colour photogravure, signed in pencil by the artist. 380 x 555mm, 15 x 21¾". Framed. Unexamined out of the frame.
An uncommon print.
[Ref: 11836]   £490.00  
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[Black But Comely.] No.11.
[Black But Comely.] No.11.
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 306 x 369mm (12 x 14½").
Black pointers, 'Lorne' & 'Kate'. - Owner - D.M. Forbes, Esqr.
No. 11 British Hounds & Gundogs.
[Ref: 15990]   £320.00  
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[Serving the Guns.]
[Serving the Guns.]
Maud Earl.
Copyright 1902. Published by the Berlin Photographic Company Berlin - London W. 133 New Bond Street.
Photogravure, 300 x 370mm. slight foxing in margins
Curly Coated Retriever, 'Preston Rattler'. - Owner - Mrs Duerdin Dutton
No.17 British Hounds & Gundogs - limited to 500.
[Ref: 2272]   £260.00   (£312.00 incl.VAT)
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[May - Visiting the Coops.]
[May - Visiting the Coops.]
Maud Earl.
Copyright 1906. Published by the Berlin Photographic Company Berlin - London W. 133 New Bond Street.
Colour photogravure. 220 x 350mm.
An Ilchester Retriever. 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: 7455]   £280.00   (£336.00 incl.VAT)
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[A Maid of All Work.] No.16.
[A Maid of All Work.] No.16.
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 388 x 290mm. 15¼ x 11½".
Flat-coated Retriever Champion ' Bring 'Em' - Owner - H. Reginald Cooke, Esqr.
No.16 British Hounds & Gundogs.
[Ref: 16005]   £350.00  
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[Better Than Rubies.]
[Better Than Rubies.]
Maud Earl.
Copyright 1908. Published by the Berlin Photographic Company Berlin - London W. 133 New Bond Street.
Photogravure. Plate: 370 x 300, (14½ x 12") very large margins.
Two Irish Setters, 'Barton Punch' & Killenane,' owned by Robert O'Callaghan Esqr.
No.14 British Hounds & Gundogs - limited to 500.
[Ref: 40208]   £300.00  
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[Marbled Beauties.] No.12.
[Marbled Beauties.] No.12.
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. Laid, on India paper. Platemark: 295 x 370mm (11½ x 14½"), very large margins. Uncut.
English Setters, 'Compton Damsel' & 'Compton Dinah'. - Owner - B. F. Warwick, Esqr.
No. 12 British Hounds & Gundogs - 206/500.
[Ref: 40038]   £320.00  
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[Most Potent, Grave, and Reverend Seigniors.] No.3.
[Most Potent, Grave, and Reverend Seigniors.] No.3.
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". Laid on board.
A portrait of four Surrey Staghounds. The owner was Capt. McTaggart. Maud Alice Earl (1864-1943) was an eminent British-American canine painter.
No. 3 British Hounds & Gundogs - 206/500.
[Ref: 33139]   £180.00   (£216.00 incl.VAT)
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