Photogravure of “Queen Alexandra her Grandchildren and dogs” published 1905 by C.W.Faulkner, after the original painting by Frederick Morgan (English, 1856 -1927) and Thomas Blinks (English, 1860-1912).
A photogravure of Queen Alexandra (1844 – 1925), Danish born wife of King Edward VII of England feeding her dogs a Borzoi, Scottish Deerhound, Four Collies, Schipperke and two Bassett hounds & pup, sugar lumps from a basket on her arm, besides the Royal kennels at Sandringham House. She is accompanied by Princess Mary Windsor (later The Princess Royal) 1897 -1965 beside her at right, Princes Albert George (later King George VI) 1895 -1952 and David Edward (later King Edward VIII) 1894 -1972 at her left, the keeper standing in the trees behind them at right, beyond at left a further man opens a gate to let another Collie join the group. Published 1905 by C.W.Faulkner and Co., after the original painting by Frederick Morgan (English, 1856 -1927) and Thomas Blinks (English, 1860-1912).
Titled “Queen Alexandra her Grandchildren and dogs”. Lettered top right "Copyright entered according to Act of Congress at Washington in the year 1905 by C.W. Faulkner & Co., London, E. C., England. Printed in England". Lettered bottom left “Published by the Worlds Tea co.”, and bottom right “Produced C.W. Faulkner & Co., London, E. C.,
There is an earlier 1902 variant ‘Printed in Vienna’ in the collection of the British Museum.
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