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History and description of a painting of three gundogs, a German Shorthaired Pointer and two English Setters by the 19th century German-American painter Edmund Osthaus.Illustrated with a depiction of the painting and several modern photos.
Victorian painting by Frederick Morgan en Thomas Blinks. Queen Alexandra (1844-1925) was married to King Edward VII. She loved dogs, especially Pekingese, Japanese Spaniels, and Borzois.
Arranged in alphabetical order
1.Anton Mauve: Hollandse Herdershonden2.Arthur Wardle and the Greyhond Henriëtta Horn3.Arthur J. Elsley en de St. Bernard “Never Mind”4.Edmund Osthaus and the German Pointing Dog and English Setters5.Edmund Osthaus: Seven English Setters6.Edwin Megargee en de Foxterrier “Ch Flornell Checkmate”7.Sir Edwin Henri Landseer: A distinguished member of the Humane Society8.Frederik Thomas Daws: The Samoyed “Loga of the Artic”9.George Stubbs and his White Poodle10.Gustave Muss Arnolt: Beagles Robino II and III11.John Emms and the Cairn Terriers “Tatters”12.Lois Agassiz Fuertes: Two Dachshounds13.Ludwig Voltz en de Teckels na de vossenjacht14.Maud Earl and the Saint Bernard15.Portrait of a Sacremento Indian with two Dalmatians16.Queen Alexandria with her grandchildren and her favorite dogs17.Richard Andell and the two King Charles Spaniels in a landscape18.Walter A Weber: Sussex Spaniels
Painting by German-American painter Charles Nahl (1818-1878). This intriguing oil-on-canvas painting depicts a seated smartly dressed man – a Sacramento Indian – two Dalmatians, a cock and a hen in a charming landscape with a river and mountain in the background.
History and description of a beautiful painting made by a 19th century German painter. Voltz painted in 1855: ‘Dackelpaar vor Jagdutensilien und Weinflaschen’ (A pair of Dachshunds with hunting attributes and wine bottles’).