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"A Keeshond" from Hutchinson's Dog Encyclopaedia (England, circa 1935)
The Keeshonden are an imported breed, originally introduced into England as "Dutch Barge Dogs." These dogs are easy to rear and have a most contented temperament. They require comparatively little exercise and are adaptable for town or country life. As companions they would be hard to beat. This excellent painting was specially execut3ed for Hutchinson's Dog Encyclopaedia by Nina Scott-Langley.
Reprints available - 8.5x11 laminated $20 + $5 s&h ($15 outside U.S.)


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THE KEESHOND AT PLAY.
A clever set of sketches showing this popular breed of dog in varying moods. They were drawn for Mrs. Gatacre and depict her dog "Guelder Glom" as the artist saw it. Courtest of Mrs. Gatacre.
Reprinted from Hutchinson's Dog Encyclopaedia (England, circa 1935).
Prints 8.5x11 available. $20 + $5 s&h ($15 outside the U.S.)


A BOY WITH A LOAD OF MISCHIEF.
An artistic study of Master Gatacre, with two particularly nice personalities from his mother's kennels. Of all the charming puppies in the world, Keeshonds are second to none. Reprinted from Hutchinson's Dog Encyclopaedia (England, circa 1935).
Prints 8.5x11 available. $20 + $5 s&h ($15 outside the U.S.)

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