English Toy Spaniels:
The Cavalier and King Charles Spaniel in Art
An exhibition at the Kennel Club Art Gallery
14th July 2014 – 9th January 2015

KC Art Exhibition The Kennel Club Art Gallery is pleased to confirm the Cavalier and King Charles Spaniel will feature in its’ current exhibition entitled ‘English Toy Spaniels’, which opened in July 2014. This exhibition is a must for any enthusiast of these historical breeds and will show how the breed has been portrayed in art throughout the centuries. Visitors will have the opportunity to view a unique collection of paintings, engravings, sculptures and ephemera much of which has never been seen on public display before.

Private tours for parties of 12 can be arranged with the Kennel Club.

For further information on the exhibition please contact the Kennel Club Art Gallery on 020 7518 1064 or email them at: .

Please also see the KC website: www.thekennelclub.org.uk/artgallery

The Kennel Club Art Gallery is open to all by appointment Monday – Friday 9:30am – 4:30pm
The Kennel Club Art Gallery, 1-5 Clarges Street, London, W1J 8AB

Sheena Maclaine – Club Chairman writes:
"Recently I had the privilege of viewing this unique collection and if you are interested in Cavalier memorabilia I can promise you that your only disappointment will be that you are unlikely to be lucky enough to own many of the individual pieces on display! Several people have worked incredibly hard to make this display possible and our particular thanks go Andreas Schemel and Tina & Dennis Homes for getting the collection together; the Kennel Club for staging it; and last but not least Jeannie Boyd for organising the tour dates for you all to have the opportunity to view! Spaces are fast disappearing so don’t delay – why not make a day of it like me and finish the day with dinner and a show in the West End. I feel suitably treated!!"