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Choose from 139 pictures in our Pomeranian collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Prints, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.

Champion Dogs of England Featured Pomeranian Print

Champion Dogs of England

Five head studies on one canvas 35.5 x 53.5 ins
The five dogs shown in this painting are: the Yorkshire Terrier Huddersfield Ben owned by Mr Foster, the Blenheim Spaniel Charlie owned by J Dawes, the King Charles Spaniel Hylas owned by Mr Garwood, the Italian Greyhound Molly owned by Mr McDonald and the Pomeranian Tiger owned by Mr Cooper. All of these portraits are painted on to one canvas. Earl completed eight of these composite paintings during the 1870s each containing five portraits, making 40 in total. The series was entitled Champion Dogs of England. A book containing black and white plates of all 40 paintings under the same title was also published. This particular painting is thought to be the only one in the series still intact as the canvasses of the others were cut up so that the individual portraits could be sold separately

© The Kennel Club

Pomeranian Dog Featured Pomeranian Print

Pomeranian Dog

18th April 1925: An exhibitor spraying her pet before going into the ring at the Championship Dog Show at Holland Park. (Photo by E. Bacon/Topical Press Agency/Getty Images)

3255124, Black White Format Landscape Female Animal Domestic Animal Dog, Black White Format Landscape Female Animal Domestic Animal Dog

Lady Wavertree's Pomeranians Featured Pomeranian Print

Lady Wavertree's Pomeranians

Signed and dated 1904
Oil on canvas 18 x 24 ins
The painting here shows the Pomeranians Ch Dainty Boy, Ch Gateacre Bilbury Belle and Ch Gateacre Dainty Belle. Dainty Belle was the daughter of Dainty Boy and Bilbury Belle. They were owned by Lady Wavertree (also known as Mrs Hall-Walker). She was one of the early admirers of the unfashionable shaded sable colour and Dainty Boy was only the second British Champion of that colour