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Click to see full size: Scottish Deerhound oil on canvas by Miss E M Ashford

1 ) Scottish Deerhound oil on canvas by Miss Edith M Ashford (American, 19th/20th)
An oil on canvas of head studies of four Scottish Deerhounds by Miss Edith M Ashford (American, 19th/20th). To the reverse three ink written labels. “ “Four Scottish Lasses” by Edith M Ashford ??? House“ “Scotch Lasses” E M Ashford Marjorie” , named “Marjorie???, Mona, Bana, ???" and another with remnants of address “West Hayley West Stourbridge”. Possibly the dogs from Mr. H. P. Parker’s Stourbridge kennels. In 1985 a painting titled “Trio of Wolfhounds” by E M Ashford was sold at Sotheby’s London for £1,800. It would seem Miss Ashford was a fancier of the breed. English, circa 1900.


Paintings | Scottish Deerhound | Artist: Miss E M Ashford | Yr: 1900 |
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2 ) Scottish Deerhound by and signed "R Ward Binks" (1880-1950)
Scottish Deerhound by and signed "R Ward Binks" (1880-1950). SOLD


Paintings | Scottish Deerhound | Artist: Reuben Ward Binks |
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3 ) A Scottish Deerhound pastel by Mick Cawston (English, 1959-2006)
A pastel on buff paper of a head study of a Scottish Deerhound by Mick Cawston (English, 1959-2006). Possibly one of Miss Noble’s famous Scottish Deerhounds. Signed bottom left, “Mick Cawston”. English, circa 1990’s.


Paintings | Scottish Deerhound | Artist: Mick Cawston | Yr: 1990 |
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4 ) "Goodbye", lady walking Scottish Deerhound by Herbert Thomas Dicksee RE (1862 - 1942)
The etching known as "Goodbye", is of Gladys Cooper before steps in the gardens of Penshurst Place, Tonbridge, Kent, walking a Scottish Deerhound by Herbert Thomas Dicksee RE (1862 - 1942). This is the rarer remarque proof on vellum, signed in pencil "Herbert Dicksee" by the artist, published by the New York publisher C Klackner and printed in London by Paul Moglia. Lettered top left "Copyright May 1902, by C Klackner, 7 West Street, New York" and top right "Published by C Klackner, 12 Haymaket, London", Copyright Registered. Printed by Paul Moglia, London. It measures approximately 26 ⅜ x 18 1/2 inches. Exhibited at the Royal Academy in 1902, catalogue number 1303. The reverse bears gallery label “From T Richardson & Co., Fine Art Gallery, 43 Piccadilly, London, W” with ink inscription “Original Artist’s Proof Etching Goodbye Herbert Dicksee”. English, 1902.


Paintings | Scottish Deerhound | Artist: Thomas Herbert Dicksee, RE | Yr: 1902 |
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Click to see full size: Silent Sympathy Scottish Deerhound etching by Herbert Thomas Dicksee

5 ) "Silent Sympathy" Scottish Deerhound etching by Herbert Thomas Dicksee RE, (1862 - 1942)
An etching creswick paper of a recumbent Scottish Deerhound besides seated girl before open fire. Known as "Silent Sympathy" this was published by Frost & Reed in 1894. In that year Dicksee exhibited the etching at the Royal Academy, catalogue number 11001, then titled "Her First Love". Approximately 19 x 23 inches. It was illustrated in ‘The Graphic’ of October 29, 1894. English, 1894.


Paintings | Scottish Deerhound | Artist: Thomas Herbert Dicksee, RE | Yr: 1894 |
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Click to see full size: O For A Touch Of A Vanished Hand Scottish Deerhound by Herbert Thomas Dicksee RE

6 ) The "O For A Touch Of A Vanished Hand" Scottish Deerhound by Herbert Thomas Dicksee RE, (English, 1862 - 1942)
An artist's proof etching 0n vellum by Herbert Thomas Dicksee RE, (English, 1862 - 1942), called the "O For A Touch Of A Vanished Hand" depicting a recumbent Scottish Deerhound in an interior setting by his master's glove.


Paintings | Scottish Deerhound | Artist: Thomas Herbert Dicksee, RE |
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7 ) "Scottish Deerhound" etching by Herbert Thomas Dicksee RE, (English, 1862 - 1942)
An etching of a head study of a Scottish Deerhound Dry point artist proof limited to 150 editions with "FATG" (Fine Art Trade Guild) and "JZM" blindstamps. Further described in the image: "Copyright 1924 by Frost& Reed Ltd (of Bristol, England) in the United States of America".


Paintings | Scottish Deerhound | Artist: Thomas Herbert Dicksee, RE | Yr: 1924 |
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8 ) Scottish Deerhound etching by Herbert Thomas Dicksee RE (English, 1862 - 1942)
An etching of a head study of a Scottish Deerhound by Herbert Thomas Dicksee RE (English, 1862 - 1942). Signed, bottom left, in pencil “Herbert Dicksee”. To the reverse gallery label for "Robert Dunthorne, The Rembrandt Gallery, Liverpool" and exhibition date for 1895. Robert Dunthorne was a London print dealer and publisher. Dunthorne was the official publisher to the Royal Society of Painter-Etchers and Engavers. He had premises at 5-6 Vigo Street in London. In 1894 he opened the Rembrandt Gallery. English, 1895.


Paintings | Scottish Deerhound | Artist: Thomas Herbert Dicksee, RE | Yr: 1895 |
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Click to see full size: Scottish Deerhound photogravure by Maud Earl

9 ) "Calling Shapes and Beckoning Shadows" Scottish Deerhound photogravure after Maud Earl (English, 1864-1943)
A rare hand inscribed photogravure of a Scottish Deerhound known as "Calling Shapes and Beckoning Shadows" after Maud Earl (English, 1864-1943) produced for the photogravure portfolio limited to 500 editions titled "British Hounds and Gun Dogs", published by The Berlin Photographic Company published in 1902. Titled in pencil bottom left by the artist “ "Calling Shapes and Beckoning Shadows” Deerhound Ch Rufford Ben d'Or”. Then unusually dedicated bottom right in pencil "Gladys June 28th 1904 with many Happy Returns Maud Earl". Some artist's proofs were published in addition to the 500 editions of the portfolio. Ch Rufford Bend Or, owned by Mrs Henry Armstrong. Interestingly titled "Ben d'Or" in the portfolio index, but correctly titled here by the artist in pencil "Ch Rufford Bend Or" as can be confirmed by the Kennel Club Stud Book and other authoritative books. Rufford Bend Or (1896-1902) was bred by Messre. Holme and Holliday, and was the winner of 50 prizes, including a first prize at Birmingham in 1900, 10 first and challenge prizes in 1901, and 5 in 1902. Mrs Armstrong was one of the prominent and fanciers, breeders of Deerhounds and Bend Or was one of her successful winners in the ring, being considered very typical if small. The skeleton of Champion Rufford Bend-Or, was presented to the Zoology at the Natural History Museum by Mr. F. L. Armstrongin in 1902. Ch Talisman was thought of as being Mrs Armstrong's most beautiful hound. A photogravure of "Calling Shapes and Beckoning Shadows" from "British Hounds and Gun Dogs" (the portfolios were often split) can be seen in the collection of The Kennel Club.


Paintings | Scottish Deerhound | Artist: Maud Earl |
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Click to see full size: Facsmile of the Misses M.F. & H.M. Loughrey’s Scottish Deerhound, “Champion Tragic of Ross” by Miss Monica F Gray

10 ) Facsmile of the Misses M.F. & H.M. Loughrey’s Scottish Deerhound, “Champion Tragic of Ross” by Miss Monica F Gray
A facsmile of the Misses M.F. & H.M. Loughrey’s famous Scottish Deerhound “Champion Tragic of Ross” after the highly respected English canine artist Miss Monica F Gray. Titled bottom right “Tragic of Ross” and signed bottom left “Monica Gray”. Tragic one of the most famous Scottish Deerhounds, his pedigree can be found in many of today’s lines. It has been said that Tragic left its mark across the entire strain of Scottish Deerhounds everywhere, with this name appearing on practically every deerhound pedigree. The Ross Kennels and Deerhound fanciers, Misses M.F. & H.M. Loughrey’s of Londonderry, were famous for their Scottish Deerhounds. This was clearly painted when Tragic was just a young dog and before becoming a champion. Bred by Miss G Esmonde, Tragic won 7 Challenge Certificates. Tragic’s pedigree is shown below. English, circa 1925.


Paintings | Scottish Deerhound | Artist: Monica Gray | Yr: 1925 |
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11 ) Gold set reverse intaglio crystal brooch of a Scottish Deerhound.
Gold backed, beaded border and original pin. English, circa 1870 Inspired by the Deerhound paintings by Sir Edwin Landseer RA (1802-1873), such as 'Hafed' and 'Hector' one of Queen Victoria's favourite dogs, and Sir Walter Scott's Maida.


Jewellery | Scottish Deerhound | Artist: Sir Edwin Landseer RA | Yr: 1870 |
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Click to see full size: “Champion Thistleglen Darin”, Scottish Deerhound pastel by Maurie Lewis

12 ) “Champion Thistleglen Darin”, Scottish Deerhound pastel by Maurie Lewis
Thistleglen Darin was born 1/08/1989 out of Lehigh Nevin (sire) and Thistleglen Trillium (dam) and breed and owned by Jeanne T Frye and Donald E Frye. Signed dated and titled “Maurie Lewis 1993 Ch. Thistleglen Darin”. American 1993.


Paintings | Scottish Deerhound | Artist: Maurie Lewis | Yr: 1993 |
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Click to see full size: A Japanned Papier Mch Scottish Deerhound writing box

13 ) A Japanned Papier Mch Scottish Deerhound writing box SOLD
A Japanned Papier Mch writing box of a scene of , inspired after Sir Edwin Landseer. Possibly the work of such Birmingham firms Jenners and Bettridge or McCallum and Hodson English, circa 1850


Objets D'Art | Scottish Deerhound | Yr: 1850 |
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Click to see full size:  Scottish Deerhound Hafed

14 ) A Victorian miniature on ivory of the Scottish Deerhound Hafed


Minatures | Scottish Deerhound | Yr: 1850 |
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15 ) A 19th century bronze wall plaque Scottish Deerhound head.
A 19th century bronze wall plaque of a Scottish Deerhound’s head. The dog’s collar inscribed “ERIC”.


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