A House Full, 1933

Cecil Aldin

Cecil Aldin (1870-1935) was one of the best-loved and most prolific book illustrators working during the so-called 'Golden Age of Illustration', which spanned the late 19th and early 20th century. Aldin himself wrote and illustrated scores of delightful books for children, based on the antics of mischievous puppies, as well as more autobiographical works featuring his own menagerie.

This charming collection of prints offer the perfect gifts for animal lovers, his portraits of dogs in particular are full of personality and really make you smile!

They look beautiful framed in simple oaks or made into our handmade canvases.

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‘Bought as a present for friends in Belgium — total dog-lovers, and they were delighted....’

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‘Yet another beautifully made piece of art from K&M, my sister loves it!’

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