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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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[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 daughter's 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 father's 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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[Toy Pomeranians] [Professional Beauties]
[Toy Pomeranians] [Professional Beauties]
Maud Earl.
Copyright 1903 by Photographische Gescellshaft. Published by the Berlin Photographic Company Berlin - London V. 133 New Bond Street.
Photogravure on chine collé. 290 x 350mm (11½ x 13¾"), very large margins.
Pomeranians, 'Gateacre Dainty Belle', 'Gateacre Lupino' & 'Gateacre Philander'. Plate 23 of the 'Terriers & Toys' Portfolio.
[Ref: 56326]   £240.00   (£288.00 incl.VAT)
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