Browse our collection of hand colored cat dog engravings & antique lithographs. 18th & 19th Century artwork of cats dogs. Felines canines. Artists include Alfred Brunel, Mathias Merian, Compte de Buffon, Sir Edwin Landseer. Please contact us if you are interested in a certain breed. We have additional pieces to select from. Call 413-245-4197.
A Set of 6 Mid 18th Century Antique Cat Engravings by Compte de Buffon
A grouping of antique cat prints published Amsterdam & Paris 1749-1761. The medium is copper plate engraving, on hand made hand laid rag paper. The water coloring was professionally added recently. A magnificent grouping of rare Buffon cat-dog engravings. Each of the six cats measures in at 7 1/2 x 9 1/4″. Priced at $1200. for the six.
Browse this collection of Buffon Cat Dog engravings published in Paris and Amsterdam from 1749 to 1761. George Leclerc Compte de Buffon was a famous French naturalist and scientist. Buffon was in charge of the King of France’s royal collection, so anything of a scientific nature went to Buffon first. He had lots of inherited wealth. He could produce expensive illustrated books on mammals such as Histoire Naturelle. The effort depicting animals resulted in fabulous illustrated books on natural history subjects.
Cassell’s dogs from our travelling show collection!
Here are exciting additions of dogs from our travelling show collection! Each of these beautiful antique lithographs were published in London, England in 1890 for Cassell’s Book of the Dog. Revered as some of the most beautiful antique lithographs of dogs ever published on the subject, these antique dog prints are exemplary of the technique of color lithography. The Cassells dogs book lithographs are in bright colors and excellent condition. Each antique dog print measures 8 1/2 x 11 1/4″. Call 413-245-4197 to place your order.
Compte de Buffon Dogs! Charming miniature 18th Century engravings.
Nine Eighteenth Century cat-dog engravings by Compte de Buffon. Miniature antique engravings from 1785-1804 with original water coloring applied when the book published. Each piece measures: 3 1/2″ x 6 1/2-7″ Sold as a set of 9. Priced $750. Call Anne at 413-245-4197.
Quarto Compte de Buffon Mid 18th Century Engravings, Sold Individually.
A grouping of antique dog prints published 1749-1761. They are copper plate engravings, on hand made hand laid rag paper. The water coloring in this rare Compte de Buffon edition is original to the set. A magnificent grouping of rare Buffon cat-dog engravings, each piece measures in at about 7 1/2 x 9 1/4″ and are priced at $175. each.
Browse the collection of Buffon Cat Dog engravings published in Paris and Amsterdam from 1749 to 1761. George Leclerc Compte de Buffon was a famous French naturalist and scientist. Buffon was in charge of the King of France’s royal collection, so anything of a scientific nature went to Buffon first. He had lots of inherited wealth and therefore could produce some very expensive illustrated books on mammals including Histoire Naturelle. The laborious depictions resulted in fabulous illustrated books on natural history subjects.
Each antique print is a copper plate engraving and was printed onto a hand made hand laid linen rag piece of paper, with water coloring added at a later time. Each piece measures in at about 8×10″ Priced $145. each.
18th Century Buffon Cat Dog Antique Engravings. Framed in Shabby Chic!
Compte de Buffon 18th Century dog prints. Dating from 1749 to 1761 these are the famous Buffon Dogs. European water colored copper plate engravings on hand made hand laid linen rag. Each piece is framed in damaged distressed frames. Complete with French hand colored mats, hey are under UV glass.
Each piece framed measures about 13 x 16″ and are priced at $195. each or $175. each if purchased in sets of three or more. Plus shipping. Click here to contact us.
Extraordinary Antique Cat Chromolithographs by Alfred Brunel, the Famous Cat Painter
Brunel Cat Prints! Here is a pair of the best domesticated CAT dog prints I have ever come across. These large American cat chromolithographs are entitled “Mixing the Colors” and “Anxious Moments.”
Anxious Moments & Mixing the Colors are after the oil paintings of Alfred-Arthur Brunel. Published 1897 in New York, by the Amlico Publishing Company. Intended to be sold as decorative artwork for stores and homes alike. Intense inks were applied, each in it’s own process and sequence. One color after another. A limestone plate was specially lithographed for each and every color seen. Artwork of felines was growing in popularity. Mixing the Colors & Anxious Moments certainly would be popular in America so Brunel hired Amlico to publish the affordable & large pieces. Fortunately, some did not sell and I was able to purchase the uncirculated stock of Mixing the Colors & Anxious Moments years ago from Ken Smith, old friend and American antique prints dealer in New Jersey (passed away). Both are two of the finest examples of cat artwork ever published.
A striking wall of antique American artwork of Cats when hung as a pair.
Each antique cat chromolithograph measures 21 1/2 x 26 1/2″ with intense vibrant coloration. Minor flaws mostly around the perimeter, which should be expected in large pieces such as these and they were not framed. Click here to contact us.
Midieval 17th Century Dog Engravings 1646 by Mathias Merian.
Dog Engravings by Mathias Merian. Published in Nuremburg in 1646, this set of three dog prints are the work of Mathias Merian, one of the most famous of publishers in Early Nuremburg, Germany. Seventeenth Century copper plate engravings on very fine, hand made hand laid linen rag paper. Published in Nurmburg, Germany 1646-through about 1670.
Sold as a set of three. Framed in high end picture frame moldings, in rag mats and under UV glass. Outstanding crisp deep strikes. Each framed dog print measures about 16 x 22″ The set is $1375. shipped in the U.S. Click here to contact us.
Cats Dogs: Engravings & Lithographs from Early Pictorial Newspapers.
Early illustrated periodicals and illustrated newspaper subscriptions were the rage during the the 1800’s. Felines canines were good subject manner for readers. Illustrated newspaper stories about cat dog were depicted on a regular basis. Just like today, throughout history, the cat dog has been incredibly import to man.
Antique Wood Engravings of Terriers. England 1888
Published in England in 1888 these old prints of dogs are antique wood engravings. Terriers: 19th Century Wood Engravings. Wood engravings of terriers! Published in England in 1888. 5×8″ Perfect to frame 9×12 or even better 11×14.” Priced at $45. each.
Antique dog bookends you can find & buy on Shop Cat-Dog:
Cat Dog Ephemera & Advertising
Ephemera on dogs vitamins, foods and treats from c.1900, measuring about 5×8 1/4″ and are $45. each. 2 for $80.
Large Leon Danchin Antique Dog Prints
Large Leon Danchin c.1940-50 French water colored engravings in good condition and strong water colors.
Antique cat lithographs and engravings of dogs from years ago. Some of our antique prints date as early as the mid sixteen hundreds. We generally stop when photography came into play circa nineteen hundred.
Large Framed Antique Artwork of Cats & Dogs!
Antique Cat-Dog Lithographs and Hand Colored Engravings from the 17th-19th Centuries!
Thanks for visiting my cat-dog prints. Cat-Dog Antique lithographs & hand colored engravings from the18th & 19th Centuries. Alfred Brunel, Merian, Buffon artwork of cats, dogs (felines, canines).Antique prints by Cassell, Buffon, Merian, Landseer and others. 18th-19th Century hand coloredengravings & antique lithographs of our favorite canines and felines. These old prints were published for books and magazines and newspapers over 100 years ago.
I welcome your interest.
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