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Canine Collection

Background imageCanine Collection: Mary Anning (1799-1847)

Mary Anning (1799-1847)
Pioneer fossil collector of Lyme Regis, Dorset. Oil painting by an unknown artist, before 1842. Golden Cap is visible in the background. Held at the Natural History Museum, London

Background imageCanine Collection: Miss Richmond and her deerhounds

Miss Richmond and her deerhounds
Miss M. Richmond of the Warren, nearly Henley-on-Thames, pictured with her Bridge Sollers deerhounds, the largest kennel of the ancient breed at the time

Background imageCanine Collection: The Two Friends / Aldin

The Two Friends / Aldin
Illustration entitled Two Friends by Cecil Aldin depicting two small dogs, one a West Highland Terrier, together on a chair

Background imageCanine Collection: Two Scamps / Cecil Aldin

Two Scamps / Cecil Aldin
Two sweet looking pet dogs one a Scottish terrier, another a wire-haried fox terrier, pose for the artist

Background imageCanine Collection: Teeth of adults and children

Teeth of adults and children
The teeth of adults and children, shown in cross-section, individually, and in the mouth

Background imageCanine Collection: Ballyregan Bob, greyhound

Ballyregan Bob, greyhound
Photograph of Ballyregan Bob, the famous racing greyhound. Specimen on display at the Natural History Museum at Tring

Background imageCanine Collection: William Tell, Junr. by George Studdy

William Tell, Junr. by George Studdy
Bonzo suffers from his masters new craze for freak golf. Poor Bonzo gets whacked on the head with a golf club when his owner decides to use his nose instead of a tee on the green

Background imageCanine Collection: Heathland

Heathland
Original artwork for Heathland by Barbara Nicholson, signed B.E.N. copyright British Museum (Natural History) 1973, printed in England by Lund Humphries

Background imageCanine Collection: Heathland

Heathland poster with captions by Barbara Nicholson, signed B.E.N. copyright British Museum (Natural History) 1973, printed in England by Lund Humphries

Background imageCanine Collection: His Broadcast Masters Voice by George Studdy

His Broadcast Masters Voice by George Studdy
A spoof on the famous His Masters Voice logo featuring a dog listening to a gramophone; Bonzo, the comic canine creation of George Studdy

Background imageCanine Collection: Fair Exchange by George Studdy

Fair Exchange by George Studdy
Bonzo and the baby find fair exchange is no robbery. A rather alarming scene where the comic canine creation of George Studdy, Bonzo

Background imageCanine Collection: Thylacinus cynocephalus, thylacine

Thylacinus cynocephalus, thylacine
The last known thylacine, or Tasmanian Wolf, to survive in captivity. It died on 7 September 1936 in the Beaumaris Zoo, Hobart, Tasmania

Background imageCanine Collection: Greyhound design

Greyhound design
Drawing 26 Vol 2 by Alfred Waterhouse for the ornamentation of the Natural History Museum, London, 1876. (Two separate negatives)

Background imageCanine Collection: Patriotic dogs

Patriotic dogs
An English Bull Terrier, a Scottish terrier and an Irish terrier make ready for the Coronation as canine representatives of England, Ireland and Scotland

Background imageCanine Collection: Nobody Loves Me by George Studdy

Nobody Loves Me by George Studdy
A wet and bedraggled Bonzo, the comic canine creation of George Studdy, is found tied to a lamp post in the pouring rain and forgotten by a policeman with a torch

Background imageCanine Collection: His Masters Vice by George Studdy

His Masters Vice by George Studdy
Bonzo finds that consumption of his masters favourite drink has an unforeseen effect. A small puppy lies in a deliciously drunken stupour after helping himself to perhaps some gin or whiskey from a

Background imageCanine Collection: A Miscarriage of Justice

A Miscarriage of Justice
A rather wicked looking Bonzo sniggers to himself as his brother gets a telling off for some naughty prank of which is entirely innocent

Background imageCanine Collection: A Feathered Bonzo - cover of the Third Studdy Dogs Portfolio

A Feathered Bonzo - cover of the Third Studdy Dogs Portfolio
Colour frontispiece of The Bonzo Book being the Third Studdy Dogs Portfolio featuring Bonzo, the canine creation of artist George Studdy

Background imageCanine Collection: A Cat and Dog Life by George Studdy

A Cat and Dog Life by George Studdy
Bonzo finds that sharing life with the household cat bears out the old phrase - a cat-and-dog life. Bonzo, the cartoon canine creation of artist George Studdy in The Sketch

Background imageCanine Collection: A Bonzo juggling act

A Bonzo juggling act
Bonzo, the cute canine created by artist George Studdy in The Sketch magazine during the 1920s, performs a marvellous trick by balancing a plate, cutlery

Background imageCanine Collection: The Ball Boy by George Studdy

The Ball Boy by George Studdy
Bonzo, the comic canine creation of George Studdy sits at the edge of a tennis court and rather naughtily chews his way through a number of tennis balls

Background imageCanine Collection: The Pot-Hunter by George Studdy

The Pot-Hunter by George Studdy
Bonzo here shows what might have been, had his pedigree been equal to his popularity. A cute and contented looking Bonzo the dog sucks on a dummy as he sits among the numerous trophies

Background imageCanine Collection: One Mans Meat- by George Studdy

One Mans Meat- by George Studdy
Bonzo, the comic canine creation of George Studdy, looks away in horror (or boredom) as his owner peers a little more closely with the help of a pair of binoculars at a bevy of bathing beauties at

Background imageCanine Collection: My Mistake by George Studdy

My Mistake by George Studdy
Bonzo, the comic canine creation of George Studdy zooms enthusiastically towards a mean looking cat and then casually walks by when he realises the cat is standing his ground

Background imageCanine Collection: Studdys Nightmare by George Studdy

Studdys Nightmare by George Studdy
Bonzo and Co. get their own back on the artist, after the Christmas pudding. George Studdy, the creator of the comic canine Bonzo

Background imageCanine Collection: I m dropping in soon by G. E Studdy

I m dropping in soon by G. E Studdy
Colour illustration by George Ernest Studdy (1878-1948) showing his canine creation, Bonzo, parachuting through the sky. Studdy created Bonzo for The Sketch magazine in the early 1920s

Background imageCanine Collection: Advertisement for Spratts meat fibrine dog foods, showing six expectant dogs awaiting

Advertisement for Spratts meat fibrine dog foods, showing six expectant dogs awaiting their dinner. Date: c.1924

Background imageCanine Collection: Lassie / Mgm Postcard

Lassie / Mgm Postcard
LASSIE (Pal) American canine actor of great versatility Date: 1940 -

Background imageCanine Collection: The Wolf by Edward Donovan

The Wolf by Edward Donovan
The Wolf, in Edward Donovans The Natural History of British Quadrupeds Volume 1. Held in the Library and Archives

Background imageCanine Collection: Laurette Taylor and Michael

Laurette Taylor and Michael
Miss Laurette Taylor (1883-1946) American actress born Loretta Helen Clooney. She appeared in one of the most popular shows of the First World War in London, Peg O My Heart

Background imageCanine Collection: Kita a Norwegian elkhound

Kita a Norwegian elkhound, photographed by Harry Taylor

Background imageCanine Collection: I Don t Know Where I Am by George Studdy

I Don t Know Where I Am by George Studdy
After an unsolicited scrap, Bonzo is left in agreement with that famous statesman who said, " People hardly know where they are, and I am one of those in that position." Fortunately

Background imageCanine Collection: Rabbits, I believe by George Studdy

Rabbits, I believe by George Studdy
Bonzo and brother cannot think what a nice round hole if for unless it be a rabbits doorway! Bonzo, the comic, canine creation of George Studdy totally ruins the ninth hole on a golf course by

Background imageCanine Collection: Perfuming probable prizewinners: dog show perfume, 1911

Perfuming probable prizewinners: dog show perfume, 1911
A patient Pomeranian stands on a folding chair while being squirted with perfume at the Ealing and District Canine Society dog show. Date: 1911

Background imageCanine Collection: Dogs Club Cocktail Bar

Dogs Club Cocktail Bar
The Dogs Club Cocktail Bar, where privileged dog owners can enjoy drinks with both their human and canine friends

Background imageCanine Collection: Useful Domestic Dogs, Canis lupus familiaris

Useful Domestic Dogs, Canis lupus familiaris. Cur or cattle dog, bull or beast dog, extinct rough water dog, mastiff or guard dog, Dalmatian or coach dog, sheperds dog, Newfoundland or house dog

Background imageCanine Collection: Kerry Blue Terrier

Kerry Blue Terrier
Portrait of a Kerry Blue Terrier, named Ben-Edar Beth. Date: 1933

Background imageCanine Collection: Airedale Terrier

Airedale Terrier
Portrait of an Airedale Terrier, named Cotsford Topsail. Date: 1933

Background imageCanine Collection: Bloodhound

Bloodhound
Portrait of a Bloodhound, named Champion Leo of Reynalton. Date: 1933

Background imageCanine Collection: Wire-Haired Fox Terrier

Wire-Haired Fox Terrier
A portrait of a wire-haired fox terrier, named Benholme Brocade. Date: 1933

Background imageCanine Collection: Scottish Terrier

Scottish Terrier
Portrait of a Scottish Terrier, named Heather Ambition. Date: 1933

Background imageCanine Collection: Delf Defiance, Show Dog

Delf Defiance, Show Dog
Delf Defiance, a show dog of the Sealyham Terrier breed, facing the press at the Kensington Society Dog Show. Date: 1933

Background imageCanine Collection: Fashions for Humans and Greyhounds

Fashions for Humans and Greyhounds
Advert for Marshall and Snelgrove, promoting their matching outfits for greyhounds and their owners. Date: 1932

Background imageCanine Collection: Dog Trials

Dog Trials
Canines being put through their paces at dog trials held at Crystal Palace. Date: 1931

Background imageCanine Collection: Fay Compton With Dog

Fay Compton With Dog
Versatile actress Fay Compton (1894-1978) was born Virginia Compton-Mackenzie. Her theatre career embraced Shakespeare, comedy, pantomime, drama and the classics, and she appeared in over 40 films

Background imageCanine Collection: Greyhound racing at White City

Greyhound racing at White City
Two thoroughbread greyhounds being trained at Northaw Kennels. Date: circa 1939

Background imageCanine Collection: Greyhounds

Greyhounds at the Greyhound Racing Association kennels. Date: circa 1939

Background imageCanine Collection: CANINE GRAVESTONE

CANINE GRAVESTONE
The grave of Marquise and Tony deceased dogs of Princesse Lobanof, in the Asnieres-sur-Seine dog cemetery on the outskirts of Paris, France. Date: 1930s



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