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1 ) Flatcoat Retriever and Ptarmigan oliograph for Buchanan’s Black and White Whisky after Maud Earl (English, 1864-1943)
A seated Flatcoat Retriever holding a Ptarmigan oliograph, the image famously published in Buchanan's Black & White Scotch Whisky advertisements in 1922 / 1923, after Maud Earl (English, 1864-1943). Before Buchanan’s decided on the Scottish Terrier and West Highland Terrier (Scottie and Westie) as branding for their whisky, they used all sorts of different dogs to promote their product, often commissioning paintings from the top animal painters of the day, such as here with Maud Earl. Those by Maud Earl included three Yorkshire Terriers, English Pointer, four West Highland Terriers, Scottish Terrier, three Bull Terriers and puppies in a basket. This is rare being complete in Buchanan's original black frame inscribed, top “Black & White” then bottom “Scotch Whisky”.


Paintings | Retriever (Flat Coated) | Artist: Maud Earl |
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2 ) Oil of two Yorkshire Terrier dogs by Margaret Boden, (nee Tulloch) Scottish (1902-2001)
An oil on canvas of a seated and recumbent Yorkshire Terrier by Margaret Boden, (nee Tulloch) Scottish, (1902-2001). Signed bottom right “Margaret Boden”. The reverse bears old 1980’s exhibition label for the Society of Women Artists “at The Mall Galleries”. The canvas is marked C. Roberson & Co. Ltd. 71 Parkway London, NW1. English, circa 1980.


Paintings | Yorkshire Terrier | Artist: Margaret Boden | Yr: 1980 |
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3 ) Oil of a Yorkshire Terrier by Margaret Boden, (nee Tulloch) Scottish (1902-2001)
An oil on canvas of a seated Yorkshire Terrier by Margaret Boden, (nee Tulloch) Scottish, (1902-2001). Signed bottom right “Margaret Boden”. The canvas is marked C. Roberson & Co. Ltd. 71 Parkway London, NW1. English, circa 1980.


Paintings | Yorkshire Terrier | Artist: Margaret Boden | Yr: 1980 |
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4 ) Cairn Terrier oil by Alexander Forbes ARSA (Scottish, 1802 -1839)
An oil on canvas of a head study of a Cairn Terrier by Alexander Forbes ARSA (Scottish, 1802 -1839). Signed bottom left “A Forbes” and dated 1833. Alexander Forbes was known as ‘Edwin Landseer of the North’. Scottish 1833.


Paintings | Other | Yr: 1833 |
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5 ) "In The Warren", English terriers pencil drawing by Sir Edwin Henry Landseer R.A. (1802-1873) from 1824
"In The Warren", English terriers pencil drawing by Sir Edwin Henry Landseer R.A. (1802-1873) from 1824. The drawing is illustrated, as a woodblock, ‘Fig.89’ page 132 in “The Works of Sir Edwin Landseer” by W. Comos Monkhouse titled “In The Warren (1824)”. The author refers to the dogs as ‘English terriers’. The reverse bears label for Watling Street Galleries. English, 1824. Provenance: - C W Mansel Lewis - "The Works of Sir Edwin Landseer RA” by W Cosmo Monkhouse, published in 1879 which was "illustrated by 44 steel engravings and about 200 woodcuts". - Watling Street Galleries, 116 Watling Street East, Towcester, Northamptonshire


Paintings | Swedish Vallhund | Artist: Sir Edwin Landseer RA | Yr: 1824 |
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6 ) "Dogs at Bay", English terriers pencil and chalk drawing by Sir Edwin Henry Landseer R.A. (1802-1873) from 1828
"Dogs at Bay”, a pencil drawing of two English playing with a hedgehog by Sir Edwin Henry Landseer R.A. (1802-1873) from 1824. The drawing is illustrated, as a woodblock, ‘Plate XXXII’ in “The Works of Sir Edwin Landseer” by W. Comos Monkhouse titled “Dogs at Bay”. The author refers to the dogs as ‘English terriers’. Possibly a study for “Jocko” a terrier and hedgehog commissioned for Lieut-Col Peers William, exhibited at the Royal Academy in 1828. The reverse bears label for Watling Street Galleries. English, 1828 Provenance: - Charles William Mansel Lewis - "The Works of Sir Edwin Landseer RA” by W Cosmo Monkhouse, published in 1879 which was "illustrated by 44 steel engravings and about 200 woodcuts". - Watling Street Galleries, 116 Watling Street East, Towcester, Northamptonshire


Paintings | Terrier | Artist: Sir Edwin Landseer RA | Yr: 1828 |
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7 ) “On the Scent”, a pencil drawing of a setter by Sir Edwin Henry Landseer R.A. (1802-1873) from 1819.
A pencil drawing of a setter on the scent by Sir Edwin Henry Landseer R.A. (1802-1873). The drawing is illustrated, as a woodblock, ‘‘Fig.27 page 37 “The Works of Sir Edwin Landseer” by W. Comos Monkhouse titled “On the Scent”. That image is slightly cropped, the drawing here complete with some canine studies near the margin. The author refers to the dogs “as a cross between a pointer and setter”. It is though more likely a setter. The reverse bears label for Watling Street Galleries. English 1819. Provenance: - Charles William Mansel Lewis - "The Works of Sir Edwin Landseer RA” by W Cosmo Monkhouse, published in 1879 which was "illustrated by 44 steel engravings and about 200 woodcuts". - Watling Street Galleries, 116 Watling Street East, Towcester, Northamptonshire


Paintings | Setter | Artist: Sir Edwin Landseer RA | Yr: 1819 |
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8 ) English terrier pencil drawing by Sir Edwin Henry Landseer R.A. (1802-1873) from 1822
A drawing of a recumbent English terrier, with sheep huddled in the background by Sir Edwin Henry Landseer R.A. (1802-1873) from 1822. Initialled and dated bottom right “EL 1822”. The reverse bears label for Watling Street Galleries. English, 1822. Provenance: - Watling Street Galleries, 116 Watling Street East, Towcester, Northamptonshire


Paintings | Terrier | Artist: Sir Edwin Landseer RA | Yr: 1822 |
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9 ) Oil on canvas of "Lilly Rightaway" by Maud Earl (English, 1864-1943)
An image of Princess de Montglyon and Countess d'Argenteau famous " Lilly Rightaway " recumbent on a drape covered sofa. The painting was famously reproduced (page 438) in Compte Henri de Bylandt (H.A. graff van Bylandt). From the Kennel Gazette: “Other well-known inmates of Her Highness's kennels are Old Hall Shamrock, Lily Rightaway, Champion Barwell Masterpiece, Lady Clinker, and Ormskirk Iodone, all Rough-coated Collies; and Jock, and Worry of Argenteau, Fox-terriers. The kennels at Chateau d'Argenteaux, in Belgium, are well appointed, and every care and attention is given to the comfort and well-being of the animals, under the personal supervision of the Princess, who takes great interest in her pets. Her Highness was born Princess de Montglyon and Countess d'Argenteau, and is the wife of the Due d'Avaray. I am sure even these few words will be interesting to my readers about one holding an envied position amongst Doggy People, with whom she is deservedly popular. Besides the portrait of Her Highness, I am able to give pictures of some of the celebrated Collies in Her Highness's kennel.”


Paintings | Other | Artist: Maud Earl |
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10 ) A pencil drawing of a Wire-haired Fox Terrier by C Redoubt, (French)
A very fine pencil drawing of a recumbent Wire-haired Fox Terrier by C Redoubt, (French), on C A Grain Canson drawing paper. Watermarked C A Grain Canson – France. French, circa 1930.


Paintings | Wire Haired Fox Terrier | Yr: 1930 |
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11 ) A bronze of a King Charles Spaniel by Henri Emile Adrien Trodoux (French, 19th)
A bronze of a standing King Charles Spaniel, with right leg raised, the other standing on a fan and owners glove by Henri Emile Adrien Trodoux (French, 19th). Signed on the oval base “Trodoux”. French, circa 1860.


Paintings | King Charles Cavalier Spaniel | Artist: Henri Trodoux |
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12 ) Oil on canvas of a seated French Bulldog by Maud Earl (English, 1864-1943)
An oil on canvas of a French Bulldog seated by a stone pillar by Maud Earl (English, 1864-1943). In original ebonised frame. Signed bottom right “Maud Earl 1900”. The canvas bearing the mark of limited edition portfolio “Toys and Terriers” published by The Berlin Photographic Company in 1903. English, circa 1900.


Paintings | Bulldog (French) | Artist: Maud Earl | Yr: 1900 |
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13 ) Brabancon and Bruxellois Griffon etching by Leon Danchin (French, 1887-1939)
A limited edition etching of a seated Brabancon, standing Brabancon and recumbent Bruxellois Griffon by Leon Danchin (French, 1887 - 1938). Not lettered. Signed and numbered bottom left “Leon Damchin 7-300”. French, circa 1930


Paintings | Other | Artist: Leon Danchin | Yr: 1930 |
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14 ) A Gordon Setter oil by Margarethe Schönermark (Wolfenbüttel 1873 - 1951 Remagen)
An oil of a seated Gordon Setter in a garden in front of a wall by Margarethe Schönermark (Wolfenbüttel 1873 - 1951 Remagen). Signed bottom left “M Schönermark” German, circa 1900


Paintings | Gordon Setter | Yr: 1900 |
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15 ) Aquatint etching of Labrador Retriever Dual “Ch. Bramshaw Bob” retrieving a Mallard by Reuben Ward Binks (1880 - 1950)
Aquatint etching of the Labrador Retriever Dual “Ch. Bramshaw Bob” retrieving a Mallard by Reuben Ward Binks (1880 - 1950). Titled in pencil bottom left “English Setter” and signed in pencil bottom right "Ward Binks pinxt sculpt". It is unclear why Binks signed this “pinxt sculpt”, but it makes this copy a rare hand touched artist proof. In the 1920s and 1930s, regardless of the field and show bench, it was the exclusive place of Countess Howe's Banchory Kennels. One such dog was Dual Ch. Bramshaw Bob, whose sire was Ch. Ingleston Ben and dam Bramshaw Brimble. Bramshaw Bob was very successful wining 27 CC and was first at Crufts in both 1932 and 1933. Ward Binks aquatint etchings were published Arthur A Greatorex, 14 Grafton St., Bond St., London. English, circa 1935. A image of Dual Ch Bramshaw Bob together with Ch Banchory Trueman and Ch Igleston Ben by Reuben Ward Binks is illustrated in “The Popular Labrador Retriever” by Countess Lorna Howe. Then in the same book a similar composition of Dual Ch Banchory Bolo by Binks is illustrated.


Paintings | Retriever (Labrador) | Artist: Reuben Ward Binks |
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16 ) Watercolour of Charles E A Alington’s Labrador Retriever “Start” by Reuben Ward Binks (English, 1880 - 1950)
Watercolour study of Mr Charles E A Alington’s Labrador Retriever “Start” by Reuben Ward Binks (1880 - 1950). Titled bottom right “Start” and signed and dated bottom left right “R Ward Binks 1921”. Charles Alington was one of the founding members of the Labrador Retriever Club in 1916. In “The Popular Labrador Retriever” Countess Lorna Howe wrote of Mr Alington as “probably one of the greatest handlers and trainers of all time”. In 1929 Alington wrote the classic reference to the difficult task of judging retriever and spaniel field trials “Field Trials and Judging”. English 1921.


Paintings | Retriever (Labrador) | Artist: Reuben Ward Binks | Yr: 1921 |
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17 ) Watercolour of Charles E A Alington’s Flat-coated Retriever by Reuben Ward Binks (English, 1880 - 1950)
Watercolour study of Charles E A Alinton’s Flat-coated Retriever by Reuben Ward Binks (1880 - 1950). The reverse bears framer’s label “J. Middleton, frame maker, gilder, and mount cutter, 231 King’s Road, Chelsea”. Charles Alington was one of the founding members of the Labrador Retriever Club in 1916. In “The Popular Labrador Retriever” Countess Lorna Howe wrote of Mr Alington as “probably one of the greatest handlers and trainers of all time”. In 1929 Alington wrote the classic reference to the difficult task of judging retriever and spaniel field trials “Field Trials and Judging”. English 1921.


Paintings | Retriever (Flat Coated) | Artist: Reuben Ward Binks | Yr: 1921 |
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18 ) Watercolour of Charles E A Alington’s F.T. Champion Labrador Retrievers & The Champion Stake winners “Dazzle” and “Flashy” by Reuben Ward Binks (English, 1880 - 1950)
Watercolour studies of Mr Charles E A Alington’s F.T. Champion Labrador Retrievers & The Champion Stake winners “Dazzle” and “Flashy” by Reuben Ward Binks (1880 - 1950). Titled “Dazzle” and “Flashy” and signed and dated bottom right “R Ward Binks 1921”. The reverse bears “International Gundog League At The Working Trials Held by The Retriever Society near Didlington Hall, Breckland on the 7th & 8th December 1921 1st prize in the Champion Stakes was awarded to Mr C Alington’s “Flashy”. Then signed by the three judges Mr “P(eter) Clutterbuck”, Mr “B J Warwick” and Sir “G(eorge) Thursby“ and secretary “George Louth”. Together with framer’s label “J. Middleton, frame maker, gilder, and mount cutter, 231 King’s Road, Chelsea”. Allington not only won this prestigious event The Champion Stake in 1921 with “Flashy”, but he won again in 1922 with “Dazzle”. Charles Alington was one of the founding members of the Labrador Retriever Club in 1916. In “The Popular Labrador Retriever” Countess Lorna Howe wrote of Mr Alington as “probably one of the greatest handlers and trainers of all time”. In 1929 Alington wrote the classic reference to the difficult task of judging retriever and spaniel field trials “Field Trials and Judging”. English 1921 The International Gundog League was formed in 1900 and today has 85 Societies/Clubs that are affiliated. Each year stakes are held in order to qualify for the prestigious annual Retriever Trials Championships.


Paintings | Retriever (Labrador) | Artist: Reuben Ward Binks | Yr: 1921 |
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19 ) A King Charles Cavalier Spaniel “presse-papiers” bronze by Jean-Germain Demay (French, 1819-1886)
A rare bronze “presse-papiers” of a King Charles Cavalier Spaniel standing on a rectangular floral base by Jean-Germain Demay (French, 1819-1886). Signed on the base “DEMAY”. French, circa 1860.


Paintings | King Charles Cavalier Spaniel | Yr: 1860 |
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20 ) Pastel study of a Miniature Poodle by Lucy Dawson (English, 1877 -1958)
Pastel on paper study of a seated black Miniature Poodle wearing a silk pink bow by Lucy Dawson (English, 1877 -1958). Signed in pencil bottom right "Lucy Dawson". Possibly one of the Mannerhead Poodle Kennel owned by Mrs. M. Campbell Inglis of Wimbledon, who were always shown with bows in their heads. English, circa 1940s.


Paintings | Poodle | Artist: Lucy Dawson | Yr: 1940 |
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21 ) Miniature Pinscher by Eugène Petit (1839–1886)
A head study of a Miniature Pinscher wearing a red belled collar posed within a floral surround by Eugène Petit (1839–1886). Signed and dated bottom right “Eugène Petit 1906”. Petit specialized in still life paintings of flowers and fruits, as well as sporting dogs, but was also a textile designer. This is possibly a textile design. French 1906.


Paintings | Miniature Pinscher | Artist: Eugene Petit | Yr: 1906 |
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22 ) A 19th century oval footstool with a King Charles Cavalier Spaniel needlepoint
A 19th century oval footstool of a cross stitch Berlin needlepoint of a King Charles Cavalier inspired by the depiction of Dash, Queen Victoria's beloved King Charles Cavalier Spaniel from Sir Edwin Landseer's 1837-1838 famous painting "His majesty's favourite dogs and parrot", also known as "Hector, Nero and Dash with the parrot, Lory", which can today be can be seen in the Royal Collection. Four fruitwood legs and walnut veneer. French, circa 1880.


Paintings | King Charles Cavalier Spaniel | Yr: 1880 |
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23 ) Springer Spaniel retrieving by Rueben Ward Binks (English, 1880 - 1950)
Aquatint etching of a Springer Spaniel retrieving within in woodland foliage setting by Reuben Ward Binks (English, 1880 - 1950) Published 1934 Arthur Greatorex Ltd, unsigned. Lettered top centre: “Published 1934 Arthur Greatorex Ltd, 14 Grafton Street, London, W1” English, 1934.


Paintings | Spaniel (English Springer) | Artist: Reuben Ward Binks | Yr: 1934 |
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24 ) Springer Spaniel retrieving pheasant by Rueben Ward Binks (English, 1880 - 1950)
Aquatint etching of a Springer Spaniel retrieving a cock pheasant within woodland bracken setting by Reuben Ward Binks (English, 1880 - 1950). Published 1934 Arthur Greatorex Ltd, unsigned. Lettered top centre: “Published 1934 Arthur Greatorex Ltd, 14 Grafton Street, London, W1” English, 1934.


Paintings | Spaniel (Welsh Springer) | Artist: Reuben Ward Binks | Yr: 1934 |
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25 ) Dual Champion Bramshaw Bob with pheasant by Rueben Ward Binks (English, 1880 - 1950)
An aquatint etching of the Labrador "Bramshaw Bob” with cock pheasant in bracken setting by Reuben Ward Binks (English, 1880 - 1950) Published 1934 by Arthur Greatorex Ltd, unsigned. Lettered top centre: “Published 1934 Arthur Greatorex Ltd, 14 Grafton Street, London, W1” In the 1920s and 1930s, regardless of the field and show bench, it was the exclusive place of Countess Howe's Banchory Kennels. One such dog was Dual Ch. Bramshaw Bob, whose sire was Ch. Ingleston Ben and dam Bramshaw Brimble. Bramshaw Bob was very successful wining 27 CC and was first at Crufts in both 1932 and 1933. English, 1934.


Paintings | Retriever (Labrador) | Artist: Reuben Ward Binks | Yr: 1934 |
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