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The Open Door Featured Greyhound Print

The Open Door

Signed with monogram and dated 1916
Oil on canvas 40 x 47 ins
Sir R W Buchanan Jardine's Greyhound, Long Span, won the Waterloo Cup in 1907. Beating Glenbridge to the finals, Long Span's win was the first Scottish victory since 1880. Riviere painted this tender portrait when both he and Long Span were coming to the end of their lives. The dog is shown in a quiet, reflective mood, which may have been the mood of the artist, whose life had not been all he would have wished for

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Trial by Jury, or Laying down the Law, c.1840 (oil on canvas) Featured Greyhound Print

Trial by Jury, or Laying down the Law, c.1840 (oil on canvas)

CTS336366 Trial by Jury, or Laying down the Law, c.1840 (oil on canvas) by Landseer, Edwin (1802-73); 120.7x130.8 cm; Collection of the Duke of Devonshire, Chatsworth House, UK; (add.info.: poodle representing a pompous judge; spaniel as a clerk of the court; For a preparatory study see image 447840;); © Devonshire Collection, Chatsworth; Reproduced by permission of Chatsworth Settlement Trustees; English, out of copyright

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Tatler cover - Mrs Arundel Kempton & Mick the Miller Featured Greyhound Print

Tatler cover - Mrs Arundel Kempton & Mick the Miller

Front cover of the Tatler magazine featuring Mrs Arundel Kempton pictured with the legendary greyhound champion, Mick the Miller and two of his puppies. She was donating the puppies (whose dam was Toftwood Misery) for a sweepstakes in aid of the South London Hospital and Royal Veterinary College. Greyhound racing enjoyed a new found popularity during the late 1920s and 1930s not just among the working classes but also, "high society" with many society ladies owning greyhounds and inviting their circle for dinner and drinks at the stadiums springing up around the country. Date: 1932

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans