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Catalogue: Dogs
[''Biddie and Beauty Queen''.]
[''Biddie and Beauty Queen''.]
[Cynthia Harnett and George Vernon Stokes.]
[n.d., c.1944.)
Drawing. Sheet: 205 x 185mm (8 x 7¼"). On board with pencil annotations.
A scene showing a young girl chasing after a lead. An illustration by illustrator and author Cynthia Harnett (1893-1981) and animal artist George Vernon Stokes (1873-1954) for Muriel Denison's 'Happy Tramp: the Story of a Little Girl and Her Old English Sheep Dog', 1944. After her father is wounded as a soldier in World War II and her mother is killed by in a German air raid Biddie and her Old English Sheepdog are evacuated to America where her father has found work as a kennel man for a wealthy New York dog breeder.
[Ref: 47833]   £30.00   (£36.00 incl.VAT)
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The Bird Catchers.
The Bird Catchers.
Etched by Sophia Elliott from a Painting by J. Bristow.
[n.d., c.1860.]
Scarce etching on chine collé by an amateur lady etcher, 330 x 435mm (13 x 17"). Chine collé lifting at edges. Slight lifting of india paper on left & bottom.
Two small children with a cage and two terriers.
[Ref: 58253]   £180.00   (£216.00 incl.VAT)
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Boy & Dog.
Boy & Dog. In the Collection of his Grace the Duke of Norfolk.
B. Murillo Pinxit. Caroline Watson Sculpsit.
Publish'd Sep.r 1st 1781 by John Boydell Engraver in Cheapside London.
Stipple with very large margins. 230 x 180mm (9 x 7"). Uncut.
An oval portrait of a boy feeding his dog, after Spanish painter Bartolomé Esteban Murillo (1617-82). The engraver, Caroline Watson (1760-1814), was the daughter of James Watson: she was one of the few female print engravers and publishers of the period.
Ex: Collection of The Hon. C. Lennox-Boyd.
[Ref: 36468]   £130.00   (£156.00 incl.VAT)
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[Child with biscuit & two King Charles Spaniels.]
[Child with biscuit & two King Charles Spaniels.]
Haywood Hardy 1887.
Mixed method engraving, printed in colours and hand finished. 350 x 460mm. 13¾ x 18".
[Ref: 8539]   £680.00  
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Le Chien du Prisonnier.
Le Chien du Prisonnier.
J.Stevens pinx. V.Loutrel lith.
Bruxelles, J.Géruzet, Editeur.
Lithograph, printed area 580 x 510mm. Publisher's blindstamp in title area.
[Ref: 5719]   £260.00   (£312.00 incl.VAT)
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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   (£288.00 incl.VAT)
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[Battersea Dog's Home.]
[Battersea Dog's Home.]
R.B. Parkes [pencil signature] [after Allen Culpepper Sealy].
[London Published October 1st, 1885 by Thomas Mc,,Lean, 7 Haymarket.]
Rare mixed-method engraving, proof before publisher's address, on chine collé, signed by the engraver, 400 x 470mm (15½ x 18½") with large margins. A little surface abrasion to the backing paper.
A young girl kneels to hug a long-haired St Bernard dog in the corridor of Batersea Dogs Home. This was published the year that Queen Victoria became the first royal patron of the home, a tradition that has continued.
BM 2010,7081.5973; ''acquired for reference purposes only. Its condition is so poor that it cannot be displayed''.
[Ref: 56679]   £380.00  
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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.
[Ref: 23444]   £380.00  
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[''She thought the judging would never end''.]
[''She thought the judging would never end''.]
C.M.H. V.S.
[n.d., c.1944.]
Drawing. Sheet: 205 x 185mm (8 x 7¼"). On board with pencil annotations.
A scene showing a young girl showing her Old English Sheepdog in a dog show. An illustration by illustrator and author Cynthia Harnett (1893-1981) and animal artist George Vernon Stokes (1873-1954), for Muriel Denison's 'Happy Tramp: the Story of a Little Girl and Her Old English Sheep Dog', 1944. After her father is wounded as a soldier in World War II and her mother is killed by in a German air raid Biddie and her Old English Sheepdog are evacuated to America where her father has found work as a kennel man for a wealthy New York dog breeder.
[Ref: 47832]   £220.00   (£264.00 incl.VAT)
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[''All the children brought dogs''.]
[''All the children brought dogs''.]
C.M.H. V.S.
[n.d., c.1944.]
Drawing. Sheet: 130 x 180mm (5 x 7"). On board with pencil annotations.
A scene in which several children and their dogs sit on a bench. An illustration by illustrator and author Cynthia Harnett (1893-1981) and animal artist George Vernon Stokes (1873-1954), probably for Muriel Denison's 'Happy Tramp: the Story of a Little Girl and Her Old English Sheep Dog', 1944. After her father is wounded as a soldier in World War II and her mother is killed by in a German air raid Biddie and her Old English Sheepdog are evacuated to America where her father has found work as a kennel man for a wealthy New York dog breeder.
[Ref: 47831]   £140.00   (£168.00 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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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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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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[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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[Girl with a Mastiff.]
[Girl with a Mastiff.]
19. Heywood Hardy [pencil signature]
[n.d. c.1900]
Etching. 202 x 254mm. 8" x 10".
Heywood Hardy [British Painter, 1843-1933].
[Ref: 8687]   £260.00   (£312.00 incl.VAT)
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Jem Burns' Pets.
Jem Burns' Pets. Jack Shepherd with the Bulldogs 'Duchess' 'Cribb' and 'Balll' From a painting in the possession of J.C. McCowan Esqre.
J. Booth 1844 [to plate.]
Published by Fred Mansell at 37, Belitha Villas Barnsbury London , N. August, 1915, Copyright registered.
Framed mezzotint printed in colours on india laid paper, 395 x 445mm, 15½ x 17½". Inscribed by the artist to the subscriber in pencil lower left: 'To Stanley Goff/ from the Publishers/ Fred Mansell/ 1924'. Some light, mostly marginal, foxing; unexamined out of contemporary frame.
Early specimens of the bulldog breed in an interior, with their master; a very scarce limited edition copy of an 1840s plate by Booth. With original publisher's advertisement label to verso of frame, an invitation to subscribe that lists prices for monochrome prints and 'Issue 50 [crossed in ink] copies only, printed in colors', at '42/- each'.
[Ref: 16778]   £420.00  
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Keeping Guard.
Keeping Guard.
T.A. Woolnoth Del. T. Woolnoth Sc.
London: Published by Ackermann & Co. 96, Strand [n.d., c.1850].
Stipple and etching, image 130 x 160mm. 5 x 6¼". Trimmed to plate. Two diagonal creases.
A child sleeping touching a rattle with right hand, watched over by a dog which lies across the pillow above the infant's head to left; a thick embroidered curtain above to right. After Thomas A Woolnoth (British, 1811 - 1881 or later).
[Ref: 23514]   £65.00   (£78.00 incl.VAT)
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[Portrait of Mr. Thornhill and his Gun Dogs.]
[Portrait of Mr. Thornhill and his Gun Dogs.]
[n.d., c.1810.]
Aquatint, proof before letters. Sheet: 250 x 180mm (9¾ x 7"). Trimmed.
A portrait of Mr. Thornhill sitting in a chair, his game bag and shot gun behind him, at the base of the chair and sitting next to him are his gun dogs.
[Ref: 47480]   £140.00   (£168.00 incl.VAT)
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'A Mute Appeal'.
'A Mute Appeal'.
C. Burton Barber 1882 [in plate]. Painted by C.Burton Barber. Photogravure Goupil & Co. Printed in Paris.
Published December 1st 1884 E.E. Leggatt 62 Cheapside London Copyright registered New-York M. Knoedler & Co.
Photogravure. 650 x 520mm.
A small girl with her pug puts money into a basket around the neck of a plaintive beggar's dog. This is from one of numerous child and dog paintings executed by Charles Burton Barber (1845-1894) towards the end of his life. He attained great success with his paintings of children with their pets; during his life he received commissions from Queen Victoria, and a number of his portraits are in the Royal Collection.
[Ref: 512]   £360.00  
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My Dogs.
My Dogs.
W.M. Craig del. J. Godby sculp.
Published June 4th. 1806. by Edw.d Orme, London.
Rare stipple with hand colour. Sheet 275 x 215mm (10¾ x 8½"). Trimmed within plate.
A Newfoundland towering over a small boy, with three puppies.
[Ref: 58065]   £260.00   (£312.00 incl.VAT)
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My Dogs.
My Dogs.
W.M. Craig del. J. Godby sculp.
Published June 4th. 1806. by Edw.d Orme, London.
Stipple. 240 x 185mm .
A Newfoundland and three puppies.
[Ref: 2742]   £260.00   (£312.00 incl.VAT)
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La Peur Enfantine.
La Peur Enfantine.
Peint par Banazech. Gravé par Girard.
[n.d. c.1780] A París, chez les Campions freres, rue St. Jacques, à la ville de Rouen, No. 8.
Stipple. 171 x 228mm. 6¾" x 9". Fine.
Two children with a dog.
[Ref: 8636]   £220.00   (£264.00 incl.VAT)
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The Play Fellow.
The Play Fellow.
[n.d., c.1830.]
Lithograph. Sheet: 190 x 210mm (7½ x 8¼"). Trimmed at corners.
A scene showing a young boy playing with his dog.
[Ref: 47474]   £50.00   (£60.00 incl.VAT)
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Sit up Papagèno.
Sit up Papagèno.
Engraved from a Drawing by H. Singleton, in the possession of Sir Tho.s Duke Acland, Bar.t M.P. and most respectfully dedicated to Lady Acland, By her Ladyship's greatly obliged and most obedient humble Servant, J.S.Agar.
London. Published Feb 21st 1825 by I.S.Agar, 59 Stafford Place, Pimlico.
Stipple engraving with roulette. 350 x 385mm. Trimmed to platemark at top and bottom.
Two young children training a poodle to beg. Alarmingly one has a whip.
[Ref: 5544]   £220.00   (£264.00 incl.VAT)
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[Boy, pug and broken cup.]
[Boy, pug and broken cup.]
Published by M. Knœdler & Co., 170 Fifth Avenue, New York. Entered according to act of congress in the year 1880 by M.Knœdler & Co., in the office of the Librarian of congress at Washington.
Mezzotint on india paper. 680 x 530mm (26¾ x 20¾"). Laid on board.
A young child hugs a pug, the handle of a broken tea cup hooked over his thumb.
Ex: Collection of the Hon. Christopher Lennox-Boyd.
[Ref: 47329]   £450.00  
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Tiens toi bien, pouchinelle.
Tiens toi bien, pouchinelle.
Francis C. 1832.
Hand-coloured lithograph. Sheet: 185 x 215mm (7¼ x 8½"). Trimmed and laid on sheet with decorative border.
A scene showing a young child playing with his puppet which he has placed on a newfoundland's back.
[Ref: 47734]   £70.00   (£84.00 incl.VAT)
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[Virginie de Sainte-Aldegonde.] Le Premier Ami. The First Friend.
[Virginie de Sainte-Aldegonde.] Le Premier Ami. The First Friend.
Peint par F. Winterhalter. Gravé par Alph.se Martinet.
London _ Published Feb.y 1844, by the Anaglyphic Company, 25 Berniers St, Oxf.d St. Paris _ Publié par Goupil & Vibert., Boulevart Montmartre 15, & rue de Lanery 7.
Rare photogravure. 440 x 490mm (17¼ x 19¼"), with large margins. Surface soiling, manuscript within plate mark, outside image area.
A portrait of the five-year old Virginie de Sainte-Aldegonde (1834-1900, the future Duchesse de Rochechouart-Mortemart) in a garden overlooking the sea, leaning on a huge hound, probably a Neapolitan mastiff.
The original painting is Winterhalter Catalogue, no 162.
[Ref: 47432]   £360.00  
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Boy and Setters.
Boy and Setters.
Frederick Tayler lithotint.
C. Hullmandel's Patent. [n.d., c.1845.]
Lithotint, printed on chine collé. Sheet: 365 x 540mm (14½ x 21¼"). Foxing in large margins.
A scene in the Scottish highlands in which a young boy sits watched over by his dogs.
[Ref: 47454]   £220.00   (£264.00 incl.VAT)
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[''Runtie lay still & let Elizabeth Virginia pull'']
[''Runtie lay still & let Elizabeth Virginia pull'']
CMS. GVS.
[n.d., c.1944.]
Pencil drawing. Sheet: 305 x 220mm (12 x 8¾"). Laid on board.
A scene in which a young girl pulls at the hair of an Old English Sheepdog. An original drawing by animal artist George Vernon Stokes (1873-1954) for Muriel Denison's 'Happy Tramp: the Story of a Little Girl and Her Old English Sheep Dog', 1944. After her father is wounded as a soldier in World War II and her mother is killed by in a German air raid Biddie and her Old English Sheepdog are evacuated to America where her father has found work as a kennel man for a wealthy New York dog breeder.
[Ref: 47826]   £150.00   (£180.00 incl.VAT)
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The Calabrian Shepherd Boy.
The Calabrian Shepherd Boy.
Publsihed by Cha.s Tilt, 86 Fleet Street. A. Ducôtés Lithog.y 70. St. Martins Lane. [n.d., c.1835.]
Lithograph, scarce. Sheet: 190 x 205mm (7½ x 8¼").
A portrait of a young Italian boy sitting in the countryside sitting next to his dog.
[Ref: 47730]   £70.00   (£84.00 incl.VAT)
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Silent Sympathy.
Silent Sympathy.
Etched by Herbert Dicksee.
Published at 8, Clare Street, Bristol by Frost & Reed, Printsellers of London & Bristol, 1894.
Etching. 500 x 590mm (19¾ x 23¼"). Framed. Unexamined out of the frame.
A young girl sitting in a wicker armchair in front of the fire, chin in her hand, looking despondently into the flames, a book open on the floor beside her and a large deerhound lying next to her on the rug, looking up at her. One of Dicksees most romantic scenes.
[Ref: 50084]   £550.00  
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Puzzled & Pleased.
Puzzled & Pleased.
Painted by B. A. Howe Esqre. Drawn on Stone by Worsley Combe Robinson.
William Tegg & Co 85 Queen Street, Cheapside, London. J. Straker, lith. 80 Bishopsgate Street London. [c.1855.]
Hand coloured lithograph, image 350 x 450mm. 13¾ x 17¾".
Four terriers excitedly investigate a hedgehog, watched by two boys. After B. A. Howe (English, fl.1844 -1857 ).
[Ref: 13409]   £320.00  
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Trial.
Trial.
Woolnoth, Engraver to Her Majesty. Painted by T. Woolnoth.
London: Published by Ackermann & Co. 96, Strand [n.d., c.1850].
Stipple and etching, image 130 x 160mm. 5 x 6¼". Trimmed to plate. Some creasing.
A child about to throw a ball for a dog to chase; underneath a tree in a landscape. After Thomas A Woolnoth (British, 1811 - 1881 or later).
[Ref: 23515]   £65.00   (£78.00 incl.VAT)
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Trust.
Trust. From the original picture in the Collection of Charles Churchill Esq.re of Weybridge Park, to whom this Engraving is respectfully dedicated by The Publisher.
Painted by C. Burton Barber. Engraved by F. Stacpoole, A.R.A.
London, Published by Thomas Mc.Lean, Publisher to Her Majesty, April 16th 1889, 7, Haymarket, S.W.
Mixed method engraving, open-letter state. 700 x 540mm (27¾ x 21¼"). In contmporary frame. Some spotting. Unexamined out of frame.
A small girl balances a sugar cube on the nose of a dog much larger than her. The girl was one of the nine children of Charles Churchill (1823-1905) a City timber broker who bought Weybridge Park in 1863. Another of his children was the subject of Barber's 'In Disgrace'. This is from one of numerous child and dog paintings executed by Charles Burton Barber (1845-1894) towards the end of his life. He attained great success with his paintings of children with their pets; during his life he received commissions from Queen Victoria, and a number of his portraits are in the Royal Collection.
[Ref: 47805]   £380.00  
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Les Deux Amis.
Les Deux Amis.
G. Lépaulle p.t. F. Joubert sc.
[n.d., c.1865.]
Engraving, scarce. Plate: 365 x 285mm (14¼ x 11¼"). Crease in top left corner. Small margins
A portrait of a young woman in a large hat with her newfoundland dog.
[Ref: 47740]   £90.00   (£108.00 incl.VAT)
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The Faithful Playmate. To the Hon.ble Mrs. Bernard of Kilbrogan Ireland. This plate is most respectfully Dedicated by Her  Obliged and Obedient Servant. The Publisher.
The Faithful Playmate. To the Hon.ble Mrs. Bernard of Kilbrogan Ireland. This plate is most respectfully Dedicated by Her Obliged and Obedient Servant. The Publisher.
Painted by Samuel West. Engraved by T.W.Huffam.
London Published by William Tegg & Co., 85, Queen Street, Cheapside. [n.d., c.1845.]
Mezzotint. 490 x 415mm (19¼ x 16¼"). Paper lightly foxed, faint scratch vertically on image.
T.W.Huffam, mezzotint, line engraver and lithographer; worked in London about 1825 to 1855.
Ex: Collection of The Hon. C. Lennox-Boyd.
[Ref: 6516]   £290.00   (£348.00 incl.VAT)
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What Name Shall We Give It.
What Name Shall We Give It.
[n.d. c.1860.]
Hand-coloured lithograph. 178 x 140mm (7 x 5½"). Laid on card.
A young lady standing on her balcony holds small terrier puppy in her hands, contemplating various names. Behind; a large house and yacht on a lake.
[Ref: 19371]   £40.00   (£48.00 incl.VAT)
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