Dog Portraits and Animal Portraits by Ann Seward
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For more than 30 years Ann has captured the true spirit of the countryside by projecting the very character of each wildlife subject into her detailed studies. Ann's ability to capture the very essence of the eye and expression, brings the animal to life.

The interest in her wildlife studies has led to the publication of a popular series of limited edition wildlife prints portraying the very spirit of our native wildlife. These consist of a selection of hare prints, fox prints, deer prints, terrier prints, hound prints and many other subjects which all make special presentation gifts.

Pencil Prints - Boxing Hares 3 Pencil Print Boxing Hares 3 Pencil Print
Here Ann has illustrated two hares boxing in an unusual pose in this pencil study. They have both risen up to full height on their back legs, and are boxing each other with their forepaws.
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Pencil Prints - Boxing Hares 4 Pencil Print Boxing Hares 4 Pencil Print
Ann has illustrated two jack hares of similar size boxing in this pencil study. They have both risen up to full height on their back legs, and are boxing each other with their forepaws in a contest over the same doe.
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Pencil Prints - Boxing Hares 5 Pencil Print Boxing Hares 5 Pencil Print

Here two hares have risen to their full height and are proceeding to box each other at close contact.

By popular demand Ann has released a larger limited edition print to suit a more contemporary situation.

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Pencil Prints - Hare Coursing - Original Pencil sketch Hare Coursing - Original Pencil sketch
In this original pencil sketch of hares coursing under rules with the Swaffham Coursing Club (pre the Hunting Ban) the hare has just typically jinked giving the advantage and points to the greyhound wearing the red collar.
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Pencil Prints - Hare Crouching Print Hare Crouching Print
Here Ann has portrayed a hare typically crouching in a stubble field. Its ears are flicking backwards, listening for danger. It is ready to run for safety.
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Pencil Prints - Hare Sitting - Pencil Print Hare Sitting - Pencil Print
Here Ann has depicted a jack hare sitting on stony ground in a corn field. His ears are flickering listening for danger, and he is ready to take flight.
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Pencil Prints - Hares Boxing 2 Pencil Print Hares Boxing 2 Pencil Print
Ann has illustrated two jack hares of similar size boxing in this pencil study. They have both risen up to full height on their back legs, and are boxing each other with their forepaws in a contest over the same doe.
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Pencil Prints - Hooded - Peregrine Falcon - Pencil Print Hooded - Peregrine Falcon - Pencil Print

Here Ann has portrayed a hooded peregrine 'on the fist' in pencil, awaiting sight of its quarry and release.

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Pencil Prints - Hounds In Lodge - Pencil Print Hounds In Lodge - Pencil Print
In this study of four hounds, Ann has shown them standing at the edge of the benches in their Lodge, expectantly waiting to be drawn out for the day's hunting.
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Pencil Prints - Quintessentially Hares Pencil Print Quintessentially Hares Pencil Print
In this charming pencil study Ann has portrayed hares in five different poses synonymous with them; a hare looking behind, two hares boxing, a front view of a hare crouching, a pair of hares ambling together and a hare running at speed.
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Pencil Prints - Terrier Pencil Print - Terriers with Spade Terrier Pencil Print - Terriers with Spade
In this charming pencil study of two terriers Ann has illustrated a broken-coated black and tan bitch, and a rough coated wheaten dog, anchored for security to a spade standing in the ground.
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Pencil Prints - Terriers Digging - Pencil Print Terriers Digging - Pencil Print
In this pencil study Ann has depicted two smooth-coated terriers typically digging a hole in a bank. If you look very carefully you will appreciate that Ann has illustrated a terrier of each gender!
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Pencil Prints - The Turn - Hare Coursing - Pencil Print The Turn - Hare Coursing - Pencil Print
In this pencil sketch of hare coursing under rules the hare has just typically jinked giving the advantage and points to the lighter greyhound in the red collar.
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