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England Expects Featured French Bulldog Image

England Expects

Oil on canvas 18 x 24 ins
There was much political infighting between supporters of Toy Bulldogs, Miniature Bulldogs and French Bulldogs: the Kennel Club would not have them, the Bulldog people didn't want them but the French Bulldog Club finally won the day and that breed survived, although all three were probably variants of the same. The two here are Toy Bulldogs, a breed that did not survive the First World War. They are Ch Peter Amos and Ch Ninon de L'Enclos, both owned by Lady Pilkington who made up eight of the 20 Champions in the breed. This is the original painting for the photogravure number 22, England Expects, in Maud Earl's portfolio Terriers and Toys

Bordeaux / Dogue de Bordeaux / French Mastiff DOG Featured French Bulldog Image

Bordeaux / Dogue de Bordeaux / French Mastiff DOG

LA-1646 Bordeaux / Dogue de Bordeaux / French Mastiff DOG Sometimes also called Bordeaux Bulldog Jean Michel Labat Please note that prints are for personal display purposes only and may not be reproduced in any way

© J. M. Labat /

Bordeaux, Breed, Brown, Dog, Dogue De Bordeaux, Domestic, Expression, Face, Head, In Garden, Male, Mammal, Mastiff, Mouth, Nose, Out Side, Pet, Single, Wrinkle

Cartoon and portraits, Kluck! Kluck!, WW1 Featured French Bulldog Image

Cartoon and portraits, Kluck! Kluck!, WW1

Cartoon and portraits, Kluck! Kluck! A comment on the defeat of General Alexander von Kluck in the Battle of the Marne, turning the German invaders away from Paris in the early days of the First World War. Generals in the field were the French generals Joffre and Pau, and British general Sir John French. Organisers by land and sea were Lord Kitchener (War Minister) and Winston Churchill (First Lord of the Admiralty). At the centre is a cartoon of the British Bulldog seeing off a flock of German eagles. Date: August-September 1914

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans