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Pekingese Gallery

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

Choose from 86 pictures in our Pekingese 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.

George Ernest Studdy, Bonzos Love Offering Featured Print

George Ernest Studdy, Bonzos Love Offering

George Ernest Studdy, Bonzo's Love Offering to Chee-Kee, the Pekingese. Originally published as Valentine postcard no. 3117, I love you for yourself, dear, and not for your gifts'. It was retitled Bonzo's love offering by Studdy when gifted as a wedding present to a friend. Date: 1936

© Estate of George Studdy/Gresham Marketing GMBH/Richard Fitzpatrick/Mary Evans

1930s, 1936, 30s, Anthropomorphism, Bonzo, Bunch, Chee, Comic, Courtship, Cushion, Dear, Dog, Dogs, Ernest, Excessive, Fish, Flowers, Food, George, Gift, Gifts, Giving, Historical, History, Humanised, Humour, Kee, Lobster, Love, Meat, Mirror, Offering, Overloaded, Pedigree, Peke, Pekes, Pekingese, Pheasant, Postcard, Present, Presents, Receiving, Romance, Rug, Sausages, Shellfish, Studdy, Thirties, Valentine

Three women in deckchairs with a dog Featured Print

Three women in deckchairs with a dog

Three women sitting in deckchairs in a garden, one of them with a Pekingese dog on her lap. Date: circa 1930s

© Mary Evans Picture Library/John Maclellan

1930s, Age, Aged, Deckchair, Deckchairs, Dog, Dogs, Family, Garden, Grass, Historical, History, Lap, Lapdog, Lapdogs, Lawn, Middle, Peke, Pekes, Pekingese, Sibling, Siblings, Sister, Sisters, Sitting, Woman, Women

Cartoon criticising dogs given luxury food in wartime, WW1 Featured Print

Cartoon criticising dogs given luxury food in wartime, WW1

One of the horrors of war. "And did ums tink their mumsie would waste her money on the horrid war and rob her popsy-wopsies of their ickle nicy-picie" An illustration by George L. Stampa criticising society ladies who lavished expensive food on their pet dogs during wartime, despite food shortages. The cartoon specifically alluded to a recent court case in 1915 where a lady dog-fancier was told by Mr Justice Avory that at a time when every shilling in the country was required for the purpose of preserving our very existence as a nation, it was rather shocking to hear of such sums as 500 being wasted on ladies pets). Date: 1915

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans