English Springer Spaniel
a print of the English Springer spaniel. This breed were used to "flush" or "spring" game, meaning they would chase birds into flight so that hunters would then shoot, giving their name. There are many paintings of dogs that look very much like English Springer Spaniels from the 16th century.
They Are Exceptional Show Dogs : English Springer Spaniels have won the third most Best in Show awards at the Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show. Wallace apparently had a pet spaniel named Merlin that rode into the Battle of Stirling Bridge with the commander in 1297.
Hand-drawn and printed on matt art paper. Easy to frame, this hand-signed and numbered print will be a great discussion starter!
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- Hand signed and hand numbered at the front
- Open Edition giclée print.
- Printed on high quality 210 gsm paper or 120 gsm for rolled pictures
- Frame not included
- Fast processing, i go to the post office every day.