Portrait of a Gentleman in his study, by Edmund Ward Gill England 1830 British Portrait of a seated Gentleman at Desk w/ 2 King Charles Spaniels, Oil on Canvas signed on back right corner of canvas by Edmund Ward Gill (1794-1854) Lined image 24x30. Edmund Ward Gill, artist of the United Kingdom, 1794-1854
Oil painting on canvas, The Hon. Selina Weld-Forester, Countess of Bradford (d.1894) (after Sir Francis Grant) by George Clarke (Carrick-on-Suir, Tipperary 1823 – 1906), inscribed on back: G. F. Clarke, 1875, after Grant. A half-length portrait of a young woman, seated, turned to the right, gazing down,with a King Charles spaniel on lap. In black evening dress with red rose at breast.
Oil painting on canvas, The Hon. Violet Agar-Robartes (1888-1965) by Richard Jack (Sunderland 1866 – Montreal 1952), signed and dated bottom right: R. JACK. 1914. A three-quarter length portrait of the third daughter of the 6th Viscount Clifden. She is seated to the right and is wearing a pale yellow dress with a long bead necklace and a blue cloak. She is holding a Cavalier King Charles Spaniel on her lap.
Collection of Brooke Astor - Henry Bernard Chalon 1770 - 1849 A KING CHARLES SPANIEL AND A SQUIRREL IN A LANDSCAPE - signed H. B. Chalon pinxit and dated 1816 lower left oil on canvas. 8 5/8 by 10 1/4 in. 21.9 by 26 cm
"Portrait of Mr. James Sandiland's King Charles Spaniels" - Canvas: 33 x 44" Framed: 42 x 52" - Oil on Canvas Artist: James Williams Giles (Scottish, 1801-1870) Signed and Dated Lower Right "J Giles 1842"
British School (Fourth Quarter 19th Century), "Black and White Spaniel in a William IV Chair", oil on canvas, unsigned. Presented in a birds-eye maple frame with a silvered liner. England. Fourth Quarter 19th Century. LENGTH: 14 in. (36 cm) HEIGHT: 17 in. (43 cm) - George Davis Antiques & Interiors, Savannah, GA
oil on canvas, after Landseer's famous work painted in 1845, as a commission for Robert Vernon, the owner of the dogs. Inscribed on verso Spaniels of King Charles Breed/painted by/M.S. Offord Exhbtr/after Sir Edwin Landseer R.A./1802-1873. In a period gilt frame; 27" high x 35" wide