Limited Ed Print  of a Pastel of a Terrier Dog Puppy 'Come On!' by Arthur Wardle

Arthur Wardle is one of the greatest of all dog portraitists and in this study of a terrier dog puppy, he has excelled himself.
Who could resist this darling who is daring the viewer to take his bone!
The original of this work had been in private hands until I acquired it relatively recently. And those private hands made sure this charming painting was kept out of sunlight and glazed meaning it is as fresh and gorgeous as Wardle meant it to be.

In order that not just I might enjoy this lovely and happy image - 'Come On!' ... I decided to have it scanned at high resolution and colour matched by a fine art printer and to have it reproduced with archival inks on Museum Etching paper made of 100% cotton.
The quality is superb .. there is non better.

The price below is for prints at essentially the original size - 15 1/2 by 20 1/2 inches.

The image may also be produced on museum grade canvas OBA free with a poly cotton blend semi glass finish.
And the sharpness of the printing will be without rival.
The edge of the canvas can either be unprinted, coloured or a mirror edge created from the image.

OTHER SIZES AVAILABLE ... PLEASE EMAIL to REQUEST

Please email for an estimate for a stretched canvas. This may be the above size, or proportionally smaller.

NOTE FOR UK BUYERS ... I am very happy for you to pay in sterling

The cost INCLUDING shipping will be 95 GBP

NOTE: the original is available for sale ... please email if you would like further info. THANK YOU

INFO on WARDLE

Among Wardle’s best known dog paintings are those he completed for the owner of the famous d’Orsay Smooth Fox Terrier Kennels, Mr. Francis Redmond. The original version of the fabulous and famous 'The Totteridge Eleven', in oils, currently hangs in the London offices of The Kennel Club while another version may be seen in America at the offices of The American Kennel Club. Testament surely to his great skill!

As well as producing magnificent paintings in oils, Wardle was a master of pastels - of which 'Come On!' is a glorious example and was elected to the Pastel Society in 1911.
In 1922 he became a member of the Royal Institute of Painters in Watercolour.
In 1931 he held his first one man exhibition at the Fine Art Society and in 1935 the Vicar’s Gallery held an exhibition devoted to his work.
During his life time Wardle exhibited no less than 113 paintings at London's The Royal Academy and also exhibited in Paris.

He became the Queens Painter and his works have been in the Victoria and Albert Museum, the Tate Gallery and Leeds City Art Gallery among many other galleries and museums.
Exhibited at:
Agnew & Sons Gallery
Royal Society of Artists, Birmingham x 32
Dudley Art Gallery x 8
Fine Art Society x 49
Glasgow Institute of the Fine Arts
Walker Art Gallery, Liverpool x 58
Manchester City Art Gallery x 17
Royal Academy x 113
Royal Society of British Artists x 26
Royal Hibernian Academy x 5
Royal Institute of Watercolours x 95
Royal Institute of Oil Painters x 27
Royal Scottish Academy

Wardle's career was an outstanding success career and naturally his works a well sought after today.
He became the Queens Painter and his works have been in the Victoria and Albert Museum, the Tate Gallery and Leeds City Art Gallery among many other galleries and museums.

ITEM ID
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Pastel
ITEM TYPE
Vintage

Limited Ed Print of a Pastel of a Terrier Dog Puppy 'Come On!' by Arthur Wardle

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