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Epagneul D'angleterre…
Epagneul D'angleterre…
Engraving. 200 x 175mm. Worn on the edges with a couple of tiny pin spots, some faint scratches, very uncommon.
Anonymous french engraving of a Cavalier King Charles Spaniel with praise to its nature and excellent breeding.
[Ref: 196]   £150.00   (£180.00 incl.VAT)
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Eos.
Eos. From the original picture in the possession of Her Majesty The Queen.
Sir Edwin Landseer, R.A. C.A. Tomkins.
London, Henry Graves & Co. Dec.r 1.st 1887, Copyright.
Mezzotint. Plate 216 x 241mm. 8½ x 9½". Large margins.
Eos, a favourite greyhound, the property of H.R.H. Prince Albert. Eos was brought with Albert from Germany when he married Queen Victoria in 1840, and so great was his affection for the dog that, the following year, the Queen commissioned this portrait of it from Sir Edwin Landseer, as a surprise Christmas present. Eos died two and half years later A sculpture based on the painting and partly worked on by the Prince, is on Queen Victoria's tomb in the gardens at Windsor Castle. Issued for the Library edition of Landseer's work.
The original part of the Royal Collection.
[Ref: 22768]   £160.00   (£192.00 incl.VAT)
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[Eos.]
[Eos.]
[Engraved by J.B. Hunt, 1877.] [EL: artist's monogram.]
London Published Feb.y 7.th 1877 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 432 x 508mm. 17 x 20". Uncut, mint.
Eos, a favourite greyhound, the property of H.R.H. Prince Albert. Eos was brought with Albert from Germany when he married Queen Victoria in 1840, and so great was his affection for the dog that, the following year, the Queen commissioned this portrait of it from Sir Edwin Landseer, as a surprise Christmas present. Eos died two and half years later. One of the most famous dog images. A sculpture based on the painting and partly worked on by the Prince, is on Queen Victoria's tomb in the gardens at Windsor Castle. 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: 23024]   £680.00  
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Evening.
Evening.
Frederick Tayler lithotint.
C. Hullmandel's Patent. [n.d., c.1845.]
Lithotint. Sheet: 365 x 540mm (14½ x 21¼"). Foxing in large margins.
A scene in a kennel in which a pack of tired setters & pointers all lie on the floor exhausted after a days work.
[Ref: 47455]   £230.00   (£276.00 incl.VAT)
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[Jack Russell] Excelsior!
[Jack Russell] Excelsior!
Painted by W.m Strutt. Etched by A.W. Strutt.
London, Published Nov.r 1st 1887 by I.P. Mendoza, St James's Gallery, King St, St James's _ Copyright registered.
Etching. 525 x 345mm (20¾ x 13½") very large margins.
One Jack Russell terrier puppy wins the race up three steps. William Strutt (1825-1915), son of William Thomas Strutt, travelled to Australia and tried his hand in the Ballarat gold fields. Failing to make his fortune he returned to painting. He travelled to New Zealand 1855-6, and recorded the preparations of the Burke and Wills exploration expedition in 1860–61. He left Australia in 1862, not wanting to bring his children up in such a godless society. Back in England he turned his sketches into full paintings: in 2015 his ''View of Mt Egmont from New Plymouth, with Maoris driving off settlers' cattle'' was purchased by the Museum of New Zealand for NZ$1.5 million, becoming the only significant oil painting from the 1850s or 1860s in their collection. The engraver of this plate, Alfred William Strutt, was his son, born in Taranaki, New Zealand in 1856.
[Ref: 47813]   £380.00  
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Fairy.
Fairy. Landseer's Favourite Spaniel.
[Edwin Landseer. Alfred Lucas.]
[n.d., c.1849.]
Engraving. Very rare. Sheet size: 560 x 550mm (22 x 21½"). Slight damage. Creased.
The head of a spaniel in a circle looking to the right, behind a carved arm of a chair in the foreground. After the painting by Sir Edwin Henry Landseer (1802 - 1873). From the painting exhibited by Landseer at the Royal Academy 1835. The Cavalier was the property Lady Emily Elizabeth Bulwer-Lytton (1828-1848), daughter of Mrs Rosina Doyle Bulwer-Lytton, (1802 -1882), the novelist, and Edward Lytton Bulwer (1803-1873), the author and poet of fantasies and fairy tales.
Ex collection of Hon. Christopher Lennox-Boyd.
[Ref: 39066]   £380.00  
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The Faithful Friend.
The Faithful Friend.
Drawn on Stone by Rich.d J. Lane from a Picture by John Boaden. Printed by C. Hullmandel.
Published by J. Dickinson Bond Street April 1826.
Fine lithograph on india paper, sheet 180 x 140mm. 7 x 5½". Margins trimmed.
A child and pet spaniel, in a landscape. By Richard James Lane (1800 - 1872), after John Boaden (1792 or 1793 - 1839), portrait and figure painter.
[Ref: 21660]   £65.00   (£78.00 incl.VAT)
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The Faithful Friend.
The Faithful Friend.
London Published May 1.st 1846 by Graves & Co. Printsellers to the Queen, 6, Pall Mall.
Stipple and etching. Plate 305 x 228mm. 12 x 9". Some scratching and rubbing to the image.
A young woman and a young boy lean on their faithful friend, a spaniel.
[Ref: 19364]   £130.00   (£156.00 incl.VAT)
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Fan.
Fan. (Late the Property of Mr Hollis.)
Engrav'd by J. Webb from a Painting by himself.
Pub.d by Sherwood, Jones & Co Feb.y 1. 1823.
Very fine coloured aquatint. Sheet 135 x 215mm (5¼ x 8½"). Trimmed within plate, slight creasing in lower title area.
A terrier.
[Ref: 39102]   £65.00   (£78.00 incl.VAT)
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Favorite Pony and Spaniels.
Favorite Pony and Spaniels.
Painted by E.Landseer, R.A. Engraved by Wm. Giller.
[London, c.1841.]
Mezzotint. 350 x 430mm.
The property of Charles William Pack: a pony called Belle, a black & tan spaniel called Corah, and a Blenheim Spaniel called Fairy. Landseer retouched the painting some years later, remarking that the horse 'needed grooming'.
[Ref: 12297]   £240.00   (£288.00 incl.VAT)
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Fidelity.
Fidelity.
[...]Engraved by Newton.
Mezzotint. 390 x 295mm, 15¼ x 11½". Some spotting, publication inscriptions indistinct.
A boy dressed in tartan with his dog. At his side hangs a sgian dubh, the traditional Scottish pairing of a hunting and skinning knife in a sheath. Behind is a palatial Scottish house.
[Ref: 13971]   £260.00   (£312.00 incl.VAT)
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Fidelity.
Fidelity.
Drawn from nature & engraved by Newton.
Published Edinburg, by Swinton, Princes Street. Paris, chez A. Fonrouge, Place du Louvre, 10.
Mezzotint. Plate: 380 x 290mm (15 x 11½"). Trimmed within plate in lower edge.
A scene set in Scotland in which a young boy, wearing traditional dress sits cuddling his dog. Holyrood palace can be seen in the distance.
[Ref: 47715]   £240.00   (£288.00 incl.VAT)
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[Fighting Dogs.]
[Fighting Dogs.]
G.Morland.
[Published Jany 1. 1800 by John P Thompson, Gt Newport Street, London.]
Soft ground etching. Printed area 380 x 430mm. Some creasing, small tears in wide margins.
Fighting bulldogs watched by a spaniel.
[Ref: 8128]   £180.00   (£216.00 incl.VAT)
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[Fighting Dogs.]
[Fighting Dogs.]
G.Morland.
[Published Jany 1. 1800 by John P Thompson, Gt Newport Street, London.]
Coloured soft ground etching, 1809 watermark in paper. Printed area 380 x 430mm. Minor tears in margins affecting the publication line.
[Ref: 4288]   £180.00   (£216.00 incl.VAT)
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[Five dogs illustrated; single plate.]
[Five dogs illustrated; single plate.]
Drawn & on soft Ground by H.B. Chalon.
London Pubd. as Act directs May 1, 1804 by Chalon & Nattes.
Rare soft-ground etching, 280 x 355mm. 11 x 14". Marginal creasing; a fine impression overall.
Lively sketches of individual dogs, arranged in two strips, by Henry Bernard Chalon (1771 - 1849), animal painter, son of Jan Chalon. The key below identifies the breeds as Russian wolfhound, a staghound of the royal pack, a pug dog, smooth-haired fox terrier, and a German boarhound. The owner's names are also recorded. From Chalon's 'Studies from Nature' (20 plates).
Siltzer p.92.
[Ref: 20410]   £220.00   (£264.00 incl.VAT)
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The Old Hound.
The Old Hound.
Diana Thorne [pencil signature].
[n.d. c. 1920.]
Etching. 125 x 220mm.
[Ref: 6125]   £220.00   (£264.00 incl.VAT)
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[Fox Terrier] Locked out.
[Fox Terrier] Locked out.
Painted by J. Yates Carrington, Engraved by Alfred S. Handford
Published by the South Kensington Fine Art Association, 8 Exhibition Road South Kensington, London SW.
Mezzotint, 430 x 580mm, Image. tear in top margin, right corner of margin missing.
Fox terrier and pups.
[Ref: 1177]   £350.00  
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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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[Fox Terrier held at bay by a cat.]
[Fox Terrier held at bay by a cat.]
J. Yates Carrington.
London Published October 1st 1886. by J. Wallace 138 Fenchurch Street.
Etching. 230 x 355mm (9 x 13¾"), with remarque of a palette.
James Yates Carrington (1857-1892).
[Ref: 6765]   £320.00  
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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 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.
[Ref: 7452]   £280.00   (£336.00 incl.VAT)
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[A fox terrier.]
[A fox terrier.]
Arthur Wardle 1903 [in image lower left, pencil signature lower right.]
Published by F.Mansell at 1, Orleston Road, Holloway, London, N. the 12th January 1904. Copyright registered.
Photogravure on india laid paper, 345 x 450mm. 13½ x 17¾". One worm hole near signature lower left.
Fox terrier.
[Ref: 13373]   £320.00  
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[Ready.]
[Ready.]
HD. 1928. Herbert Dicksee [pencil signature.].
Printed at 10 Clare Street, Bristol, by Frost & Reed Ltd. of Bristol & London 1928. Copyright. Copyright 1928 by Frost & Reed Ltd. (of Bristol, England) in the United States of America.
Proof etching, signed by the artist. edition of 325. 335 x 540mm (13¼ x 21¼"), with publisher's blindstamp. Framed. Unexamined out of frame. Mint.
Alert wire-haired fox terrier lying with ball by front paws.
From the celebrated collection of Bryan & Valerie Steele.
[Ref: 52106]   £950.00  
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Champion Sandown Violet.
Champion Sandown Violet.
Arthur Wardle 1902 [signed and dated in plate.]
Published by Art Engraving Department, Spratt's Patent Limited, London, E.C.3 1924.
Photogravure on india paper, 350 x 455mm. 13¾ x 18". A fine impression with wide margins. Mint.
Fine portrait of a fox terrier in a landscape. 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: 23442]   £360.00  
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[Fox Terrier held at bay by a cat.]
[Fox Terrier held at bay by a cat.]
J. Yates Carrington.
London Published October 1st 1886. by J. Wallace 138 Fenchurch Street.
Etching on chine collé. 230 x 355mm (9 x 13¾"), with remarque of a palette containing the artist's pencil signature, very large margins.
James Yates Carrington (1857-1892).
[Ref: 47930]   £320.00  
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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 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.
[Ref: 2289]   £350.00  
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The Fox Terrier.
The Fox Terrier.
From an Original Picture by De Wilde.
[British, n.d., c.1810.]
Very rare and fine mezzotint with etching, printed in colours, image 205 x 265mm. 8 x 10½". Trimmed to image and title.
A fox terrier in a landscape; after Samuel De Wilde (British, 1751 - 1832).
See: ref: 31251 for pair
[Ref: 19415]   £240.00   (£288.00 incl.VAT)
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Going! Going!  [&] Gone!!!
Going! Going! [&] Gone!!!
Stanley Berkley [etched in plate and signed in pencil lower left.] W. Heydermann [signed in pencil lower right.]
London Published September 20th. 1886 by Sidney Redrup, the Proprietor, 175, New Bond St. w. New York_Fishel Adler & Schwartz.
Pair of etchings, signed remarqued proofs, each 310 x 445mm. 12¼ x 17½". Repaired tear through sheet along lower platemark, 1st plate.
Three terriers engaged in a tug-of-war over a plucked chicken, which in the second plate splits sending the dogs flying backwards in different directions. A chained bulldog watches on with amusement to the right.
With remarques of an auctioneer on the rostrum at a sale lower right.
Stanley Berkeley (1855 - 1909) was a London etcher, animal, sporting and historical painter who exhibited paintings at the RA fom 1881 to 1902, and was member of the RPE.

[Ref: 9490]   £420.00   view all images for this item
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[Babes in the Wood]
[Babes in the Wood]
E.A. Holmes, R. Wallace Hester
London Published November 1st 1898 by J.P. Mendoza, Printseller & Publisher to H.M. the Queen. St. James' Gallery, 4a King Street, St. James'. Copyright registered. Printed by A. Holdgate.
Photogravure, 350 c 470mm. 13¼ x 18½".
Two fox terriers together set against a woodland backdrop. Proof signed in pencil by artist and engraver
[Ref: 8744]   £360.00  
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A Find!  [&]  A Find Indeed! The Biter Bit!  [&]  The Blue Bag.
A Find! [&] A Find Indeed! The Biter Bit! [&] The Blue Bag.
Painted by Stanley Berkley. [to first plate, signed in first and third plates.]
[n.d., c.1890.]
A series of three mixed-method prints, each image 125 x 305mm. 5 x 12". Margins roughly trimmed; scratch to surface of third plate.
Charming triptych following the exploits of two fox terrier puppies who discover and dig up a wasp's nest and end up looking decidedly sorry for themselves, nursing stung and swollen muzzles.
Stanley Berkeley (1855 - 1909) was a London etcher, animal, sporting and historical painter who exhibited paintings at the RA from 1881 to 1902, and was member of the RPE.

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Fuchshündinn. Une chienne renarde. Pejnösteny..kutya.
Fuchshündinn. Une chienne renarde. Pejnösteny..kutya. 14.
Reichert lithographirt.
[n.d. c.1847.]
Lithograph with large margins. 240 x 368mm (9½ x 14½").
A foxhound in a stable drinking water from a trough; below here lie four puppies resting, a fifth tries to reach her to suckle, and a sixth tries to get to the trough. From "Panorama der Saeugethiere lithographirt und herausgegeben von H. Reichert".
[Ref: 29485]   £120.00   (£144.00 incl.VAT)
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[Foxhound.]
[Foxhound.]
Arthur Wardle 1897.
Etching on india, printed in brown, signed in pencil by the artist. 220 x 280mm (8¾ x 11").
[Ref: 43345]   £240.00   (£288.00 incl.VAT)
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Limier de la Venerie - Sabro.
Limier de la Venerie - Sabro.
[G.Jadin pinxt]. Pirodon lith. Imp. Lemercier & Co. Paris.
Publie par Goupil & Compie. Editeurs Paris, London, La Haye, Berlin., n.d. c. 1870.
Lithograph. Printed area 370 x 445mm.
Louis Godefroy Jadin (1805-82) painted hunting scenes in both Napoleon III's rooms in the Louvre and the dining room of the Palace of Tuileries for Ferdinand-Philippe, Duke of Orleans.
[Ref: 3420]   £320.00  
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Limier de la Venerie - Verone.
Limier de la Venerie - Verone.
[G.Jadin pinxt]. Pirodon lith. Imp. Lemercier & Co. Paris.
Publie par Goupil & Compie. Editeurs Paris, London, La Haye, Berlin., n.d. c. 1870.
Lithograph. Printed area 370 x 445mm.
Louis Godefroy Jadin (1805-82), painted hunting scenes in both Napoleon III's rooms in the Louvre and the dining room of the Palace of Tuileries for Ferdinand-Philippe, Duke of Orleans.
[Ref: 3421]   £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, 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 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.
[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 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.
[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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Limiers De La Venerie - Morico Metamort Linda Rusteau.
Limiers De La Venerie - Morico Metamort Linda Rusteau.
G.Jadin pinxt. E. Pirodon lith.
Publie par Goupil & Compie Editeurs Paris Londres, La Haye, Berlin.
Lithograph. Sheet 845 x 1074mm. 33¼ x 42¼".
Batard Saintongeois, Bauve de Bretagne, Bloodhound, Saintongeois. Louis Godefroy Jadin (1805-82) painted hunting scenes in both Napoleon III's rooms in the Louvre and the dining room of the Palace of Tuileries for Ferdinand-Philippe, Duke of Orleans.
[Ref: 22530]   £620.00  
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Modish.
Modish. A remarkable fine Fox Hound bred by Colonel Thornton, Modish was the Daughter of Merlin & Rival both which lineally discended from the celebrated Ackham's Old Conqueror.
S. Gilpin Pinx.t. Engraved by R. Pollard, Aqua.t by F. Jukes.
Published Feb.y 11, 1788 by S. Gilpin, Knightsbridge & R. Pollard, No 15. Braynes Row, Spa Fields, London.
Rare aquatint with engraving. Sheet 445 x 560mm (17½ x 22"). Trimmed close to plate, some surface wear and toning, some repairs.
A fox hound bitch with litter. The dog's owner, Colonel Thomas Thornton (1757 - 1823), was a sportsman who wrote 'A sporting tour through the northern parts of England', 1804; and 'A sporting tour through various parts of France in the year 1802', 1806.
[Ref: 39719]   £590.00  
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[Foxhounds outside their kennels.]
[Foxhounds outside their kennels.]
On Stone by George Augustus Frederick Fitz Wygram Esqr.
Printed by C. Hullmandel. [n.d. c.1820.]
Rare lithograph on india, with very large margins. Sheet: 495 x 635mm. 19½ x 25".
Foxhounds inside and outside their kennel area. Probably from a private plate.
[Ref: 39948]   £350.00  
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[Foxhounds outside their kennels.]
[Foxhounds outside their kennels.]
Drawn on Stone by George Augustus Frederick Fitz-Wygram Esqr.
[n.d., c.1820.]
Lithograph, image 270 x 405mm. 10½ x 16". Lightly foxed.
An attractive lithograph. Very rare, possibly a private plate.
[Ref: 8883]   £350.00  
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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, 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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Meute de le Mr.le Comte de Barral. - Marcano, Séréno, Lentenor, Nicanor.
Meute de le Mr.le Comte de Barral. - Marcano, Séréno, Lentenor, Nicanor.
G.Jadin pinxt. E. Firoday lith.
Paris, Goupil & Co., n.d. c. 1870.
Lithograph. Printed area 520 x 900mm.
A group portrait of four foxhounds by Louis Godefroy Jadin (1805-82), painted hunting scenes in both Napoleon III's rooms in the Louvre and the dining room of the Palace of Tuileries for Ferdinand-Philippe, Duke of Orleans.
[Ref: 46162]   £620.00  
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Le Grand Barbet.
Le Grand Barbet. Tom V. Pl. XXXVII. Pag. 300.
De Seve del. P. E. Moitte Sculp.
[n.d., c.1755.]
Engraving. Plate: 210 x 165mm (8¼ x 6½"). Small margins.
A portrait of a French Barbet or waterdog.
[Ref: 47736]   £60.00   (£72.00 incl.VAT)
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[Bouledogue].
[Bouledogue].
Baring? Signed in pencil.
Edite par la Ste. Les Graveurs Modernes, 194 Rue De Rivoli, Paris, 1929. Copyright 1929 Les Graveurs Modernes Paris.
Aquatint. 245 x 315mm.
[Ref: 515]   £220.00   (£264.00 incl.VAT)
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[Shaver, A French Bulldog Asleep.]
[Shaver, A French Bulldog Asleep.]
H.D. Herbert Dicksee [pencil signature].
[n.d., c.1920.]
Etching, Restricted edition of 325 proofs, plate destroyed. 70 x 155mm (2¾ x 6"). Framed with publisher's title label on backboard. Slight discolouration at edges. Unexamined out of frame.
Herbert Thomas Dicksee (1862-1942) was an English painter who specialised in paintings of dogs and animals. He studied at the Slade School of Art and his first painting was exhibited in 1881. His paintings were usually done from life; he kept numerous dogs as pets and frequented London Zoo. His daughter, Dorothy was the executor of his will, which directed her to destroy most of the plates for his etchings.
From the celebrated collection of Bryan & Valerie Steele.
[Ref: 54839]   £1,200.00  
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[French Spaniel.]
[French Spaniel.]
Etching. Plate: 175 x 240mm (7 x 9½") large margins. Creasing.
A portrait of a French Spaniel looking left.
[Ref: 47765]   £60.00   (£72.00 incl.VAT)
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[Scottie]
[Scottie]
David Gee,[Pencil Signature]
[n.d.,c.1950]
Signed etching. 125 x 125mm.
[Ref: 2667]   £50.00   (£60.00 incl.VAT)
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Une Premiere Affaire.
Une Premiere Affaire.
Peint par Jules Gelibert, Photogravure Goupil & Cie.
imprimé & Publié en 1914 par Manzljoyant & Cie. Successeurs de Goupil & Cie. Paris, Londres, New York.
Coloured photogravure. 490 x 575mm.
Wire-haired Fox Terrier and Giffon Vendée after a fox.
[Ref: 2669]   £380.00   - Currently not available

[German Pointer.]
[German Pointer.]
[n.d., c.1930.]
Photo etching. Plate: 180 x 250mm (7 x 9¾").
A portrait of German pointer.
[Ref: 47468]   £50.00   (£60.00 incl.VAT)
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[Girl and Poodle.]
[Girl and Poodle.]
François Flameng.
Etching, 350 x 250mm. 13¾ x 9¾". Stamp of Société des Amis de l'Eau-Forte, Paris in bottom left; signed in pencil by the artist.
A girl with a poodle. Remarque Proof.
Lugt: 113.
[Ref: 9108]   £120.00   (£144.00 incl.VAT)
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