Description More Details Arthur Wardle: Basset Hounds, oil on canvas. The basset hounds most likely belonged to Queen Alexandra. This picture was reproduced on cigarette cards, postcards, calendars and boxes of chocolates, which are collectibles today. Arthur Wardle (1864-1949), born in London, had his first piece displayed at the Royal Academy at the age of 16. He painted a wide variety of animal subjects with equal skill. His work may be divided into two categories - domestic and exotic. Exotic collection contains overseas animals - tigers, leopards. He remains one of the best known dog painters of the 19th and 20th centuries, and he is particularly known for his paintings of terriers. Explore more of our Arthur Wardle collection. Encore Editions Quality: What can you expect? Completely custom wall art decor designed by you and produced by us. Whether its a canvas print, poster, framed print, note cards or digital downloads you will receive the careful attention to detail from our all artist staff. We use only the finest archival materials for your fine art reproductions and we ship directly from our Pennsylvania studio. Return Policy: We understand that it's a daunting task purchasing art online. That's why we have a 100% satisfaction guarantee and fair 15 day return policy. Learn more about it here. Shipping: Most prints are processed and shipped within 2-7 business days.