ANTIQUES If it's good pedigree you're after, leading any roll call must be Sir Edwin Landseer
(1802-1873), the painter credited with starting the Victorian craze for dog pictures.
1802: Sculptor and animals painter Sir Edwin Landseer
was born in London.
They were designed by Sir Edwin Landseer
and he was paid PS6,000 for the work.
1868: The four great bronze lions at the base of Nelson's Column (pictured) were completed by painter Sir Edwin Landseer
and positioned in Trafalgar Square.
The lions in Trafalgar Square have paws modelled on a cat - because the dead lion that sculptor Sir Edwin Landseer
was using as a model started to go off.
Richard Green has enjoyed success with Paul Cole through the likes of Peter Paul Rubens, and Sir Edwin Landseer
, but two-year-old maiden winner Dutch Art Dealer was his first in the yard in several years.
The Library, where books were once dumped, now houses some rarest of books dating as old as 1800 AD neatly racked in shelves which were constructed in 1930s on the designs given by Edwin Landseer
Lutyens, the British architect who designed this 85-year-old 340-room building spread over 320 acres.
1802: Sculptor and animal painter Sir Edwin Landseer
was born in London.
Located in the landmark Lutyens building, which dates back to 1920AAEs London, designed by Sir Edwin Landseer
Lutyens often referred to as "the greatest British
Keeping alive the tradition started by legendary architects like Sir Edwin Landseer
Lutyens and Herbert Baker -- both of whom had designed several key buildings of New Delhi, and of Le Corbusier, the Chief Architect of Chandigarh, architects from abroad continue find favour in designing buildings in India.
By 1875, The Hartford Stag had evolved to resemble the stag from "The Monarch of the Glen," the enormously popular painting by Sir Edwin Landseer
THE dogs were used to find missing people in the Swiss and Italian mountains, but this myth came from a painting of a St Bernard by artist Sir Edwin Landseer