Lucy Dawson, (also known as Mac) who died in 1954, was a British artist and author known for her paintings and sketches of dogs of all breeds, very reminiscent of the work of Cecil Aldin. She also created personalized portraits, and was commissioned by the Royal Family to produce portraits of their favourite corgi. Her work was also exhibited at the R.I. Galleries in Piccadilly, London
This wired haired Dachshund colour print is mounted and has clearly been carefully stored away ever since it was purchased. It is still in it's cellophane bag complete with the gallery label confirming it is an orginal "1st edition" print taken I believe from "Dogs as I See Them" published in 1936. Go on - take him home and spoil him rotten with a stylish frame!
Size (including the mount) approx 30 cm wide X 25 cm high