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1 ) Irish Terrier "Champion Celtic Bella" by Edward Aistrop (mid-late 19th century)


Paintings | Irish Terrier | Artist: Edward Aistrop |
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Click to see full size: Irish Terrier Manner of Reuben Ward Binks

2 ) Irish Terrier in the manner of Reuben Ward Binks (1880-1950)
Pastel on paper of Irish Terrier (Red - Wheaten). Manner of Reuben Ward Binks (English, 1880-1950). Circa 1915. note, this is an early image for the breed for the Soft Coated Wheaten Terriersďż˝ was not a registered breed with the Irish Kennel Club until 1937, and 1943 in England.


Paintings | Irish Terrier | Artist: Reuben Ward Binks | Yr: 1915 |
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Click to see full size: Pastel on paper Irish Terriers by Arthur Wardle RI RBC PS (1864-1949)

3 ) Pastel on paper Irish Terriers by Arthur Wardle RI RBC PS (1864-1949)
Pastel on paper Irish Terriers by Arthur Wardle RI RBC PS (1864-1949)


Paintings | Irish Terrier | Artist: Arthur Wardle, R.I., R.B.C. |
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Click to see full size: Fox and Irish Terrier by Frank Paton

4 ) “Rough and Ready” dry point etching of Fox and Irish Terrier by Frank Paton (English, 1856-1909)
“Rough and Ready” drypoint etching of a Wire-haired Fox Terrier, Smooth Fox Terrier and Irish Terrier by Frank Paton (English, 1856-1909). Titled “ROUGH AND READY” An artist’s proof, signed in pencil “Frank Paton”. Exhibited at the Royal Academy 1884, (exhibit number 441), and published by E. E. Leggatt, London. Illustrated and exhibited: “Terriers – and Other Sporting Dogs” John Noot Galleries in association with Hamshere Gallery, 2005. An example exists in the collection of the British Museum following E. E. Leggatt 1919 donation of a full set of the Christmas series to the museum.


Paintings | Irish Terrier | Artist: Frank Paton |
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Click to see full size: Champions of Christendom by Frank Paton

5 ) “Champions of Christendom” dry point etching by Frank Paton (English, 1856-1909)
An artist proof dry point etching titled “Champions of Christendom” dry point etching dogs titled “YE SEVEN CHAMPIONS OF CHRISTENDOM WISH YOU A RIGHT MERRIE CHRISTMAS” by Frank Paton (English, 1856-1909). With a vignette of various humorous sketches of interests in the border. Signed in pencil bottom left “Frank Paton”. Published 1880’s by E. E. Leggatt, London. An example exists in the collection of the British Museum following E. E. Leggatt 1919 donation of a full set of the Christmas series to the museum


Paintings | Irish Terrier | Artist: Frank Paton |
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Click to see full size: Coloured lithograph of an Irish Terrier by John Emms

6 ) Coloured lithograph of an Irish Terrier by (John Emms English,1843-1912)
A coloured lithograph of a Irish Terrier standing in landscape by John Emms (English,1843-1912). This is one of the artist's proofs strictly limited to 100 impressions published by Fawcett, McQuire & Co, London and illustrated in "Dogs by Well Known Authorities" edited by Harding Cox. Signed in the margin bottom left "J Emms".


Paintings | Irish Terrier | Artist: John Emms |
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Click to see full size: Irish terrier dry-point etching The Three Musketeers by  Marguerite Kirms English 1885-1954

7 ) Irish Terrier dry-point etching "The Three Musketeers" by Marguerite Kirmse (English, 1885 -1954)
A dry-point etching, "The Three Musketeers" of head and shoulder studies of three Irish Terriers by Marguerite Kirmse (English, 1885 -1954). Published April, 1925. In pencil, titled "The Three Musketeers" and signed bottom right "Marguerite Kirmse". The reverse bears gallery label for "Arthur Ackermann & Son, Bond Street, London". American 1925. The image further appeared in "Dogs" by the artist, with an introduction by R. T Townsend published in 1930, by the Derrydale Press, illustration 40. Here Kirmse writes "Dry point study of three Irish terriers, always characteristically ready for fight or frolic".


Paintings | Irish Terrier | Artist: Marguerite Kirmse | Yr: 1925 |
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8 ) Irish Terrier dry-point etching “Playmates” by Marguerite Kirmse (English, 1885 -1954)
A dry-point etching, “Playmates” of two Wire-haired Fox Terrier puppies playing with a stick by Marguerite Kirmse (English, 1885 -1954). Published Spring, 1925. In pencil, titled “Playmates” and signed bottom right “Marguerite Kirmse”. The reverse bears gallery label for “Arthur Ackermann & Son, Bond Street, London”. American 1925.


Paintings | Irish Terrier | Artist: Marguerite Kirmse | Yr: 1925 |
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