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Dalmatian Gallery

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Choose from 252 pictures in our Dalmatian collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Photos, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.


Breeds of dogs, chromolithograph, published in 1897 Featured Dalmatian Print

Breeds of dogs, chromolithograph, published in 1897

Breeds of dogs: 1) St Bernard dog; 2) Newfoundland dog; 3) English Mastiff; 4) Great Dane; 5) Bulldog; 6) Dalmatian dog; 7) German Shepherd; 8) Scotch Collie; 9) Poodle; 10) Bull Terrier; 11) Black and Tan Terrier (Manchester Terrier); 12) German Wirehaired Pointer; 13) German Spitz; 14) King Charles Spaniel; 15) Maltese dog; 16) Japanese Chin; 17) Monkey Terrier; 18) Whippet; 19) Pug; 20) Peruvian Hairless Dog; 21) Miniature Pinscher. Chromolithograph after a drawing by Jean Bungartz (German painter, 1854 - 1934), published in 1897

Easter Dalmatain puppy Featured Dalmatian Print

Easter Dalmatain puppy

A funny little Dalmatian puppy that looks like he just painted some Easter eggs

© Jaime Staley

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Smart Couple and their Dalmatian - Silver Jubilee Featured Dalmatian Print

Smart Couple and their Dalmatian - Silver Jubilee

Smart Couple with their lovely pet Dalmatian walking along the pavement. Sunny Snaps operated in a number of different locations (often on the south coast), taking walking pictures, which they would then sell to the subjects! This photograph dates from the year (1935) of the Silver Jubilee of King George V and Queen Mary. The best Dalmatian dogs (as pictured here) have no spots on their tails! Date: 1935

© Grenville Collins Postcard Collection / Tom Gillmor / Mary Evans