It will be seven years next week since the art exhibition entitled “English Toy Spaniels – The Cavalier and King Charles Spaniel in Art” opened at the Kennel Club’s Art Gallery. In collaboration with Andreas Schemel, Tina and I helped organise this super exhibition which highlighted Cavaliers and King Charles Spaniels over the years. It took us many months of hard work tracking down all the exhibits and travelling across the country to pick up some of them. We had around 250 items including paintings, sculptures, figurines and jewellery. Some paintings were newly commissioned while some others were around 200 years old. Our pièce de resistance was a portrait of Queens Victoria’s Tricolour Dash which was loaned to us from the Queen’s own Royal Collection.
Shortly before the opening of the exhibition one of our rooms was packed solid with paintings and other items before a security company safely collected them and took them along to the Kennel Club.
The exhibition ran for six months and I would regularly go along to the Kennel Club to help conduct guided tours and speak about the collection.
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