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Barking Gallery

Available as Framed Prints, Photos, Wall Art and Gift Items

Choose from 63 pictures in our Barking collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Prints, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.


WW1 - Uniform of the Allies series - British Officer Featured Print

WW1 - Uniform of the Allies series - British Officer

WW1 - Uniform of the Allies series - British Officer barking out a command to his troops set against a backdrop of (a slightly stylised version of) the red ensign flag. Date: circa 1915

© Mary Evans / Grenville Collins Postcard Collection

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The Red Cross for the Russo-Japanese War Featured Print

The Red Cross for the Russo-Japanese War

An ambulance dog supplied by Major Edwin Richardson, the renowned dog trainer to the Russian army during the Russo-Japanese war in 1904. The top photographs show Richardson giving the dog a message, barking to attract attention to stretcher bearers and on sentry duty at an outpost. The bottom illustrations show dogs in use by the Germans and Italians. When the First World War broke out, the Germans had about six thousand trained dogs whereas the British had just one. Richardson pioneered the training of messenger dogs in Britain despite reservations from the military authorities. Eventually, he became commandant of the British War Dog School at Shoeburyness which successfully supplied hundreds of dogs who worked as messengers at the front. Date: 1904

© Mary Evans Picture Library

Barking dogs never bite Featured Print

Barking dogs never bite

Barking dogs never bite. Illustration shows President McKinley walking onto the White House grounds with a woman labeled Prosperity, passing a group of barking dogs labeled Anti-prosperity, Silverites, Anti-trust, Anti-expansion, and Socialist. The woman, dressed in a red, white, and blue outfit, may represent Columbia or possibly Mrs. McKinley; she is wearing a winged hat like that of the Roman god Mercury, though may also represent Minerva, the Roman goddess and patroness of commerce and trade. Date 1900 July 18. Barking dogs never bite. Illustration shows President McKinley walking onto the White House grounds with a woman labeled Prosperity, passing a group of barking dogs labeled Anti-prosperity, Silverites, Anti-trust, Anti-expansion, and Socialist. The woman, dressed in a red, white, and blue outfit, may represent Columbia or possibly Mrs. McKinley; she is wearing a winged hat like that of the Roman god Mercury, though may also represent Minerva, the Roman goddess and patroness of commerce and trade. Date 1900 July 18

© Mary Evans / Library of Congress

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