The Kennel Club Dog Art Gallery houses the largest collection of
dog paintings in Europe.
Located in central London, the nearest tube station is Green
Park, which is a short walk away.
Opening hours by appointment
Monday to Friday 9.30am - 4.30pm.
Please note: it is essential that appointments are
booked in advance
Telephone: 020 7518 1064
Fax: 020 7518 1045
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Over 160 paintings, engravings, sculptures and ephemera all
surrounding this much loved breed are on show. The exhibition,
entitled 'The Staffordshire Bull Terrier and its Ancestors' will
celebrate the history and development of the breed and some
exhibits have never been seen on public display before.
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- English Toy Spaniels: The Cavalier and King Charles Spaniel in
(14th July 2014 - 9th January 2015)
Opened in 2003 this informative art gallery provides a centre of
learning for all those wishing to research the dog in art. It is
also a place of enjoyment for everyone interested in dogs. The
collection features works by famous dog artists such as:
- Maud Earl
- George Earl
- Richard Ansdell
- Arthur Wardle
- Cecil Aldin
A series of dog art exhibitions are also held in the gallery
every year on a variety of themes, featuring sculptures, drawings
as well as dog paintings. Past displays include breed exhibitions
and dog subjects such as:
- The Golden Retriever in Art
- The Fox Terrier in Art
- Royal Dogs
- Dogs in War
- British & Irish Vulnerable Breeds