By Elizabeth M. Katchmer
From Arthur Wardle's Original Oil
(Photo by Ron Patterson)
Arthur Wardle, English 1864-1949, is best known for his paintings of dogs, and in particular terriers, but throughtout his life, he painted a great variety of wild and domestic animals. He exhibited at the Royal Academy from 1880 to 1938, showing some 113 works.
- William Secord, A Breed Apart: The Art Collections of the American Kennel Club and the American Kennel
Club Museum of the Dog, page 320.