Download - Set - Cecil Aldin's Dogs

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Cecil Aldin (1870-1935) was a British painter and illustrator, best known for his paintings of dogs and rural life. He illustrated 'Black Beauty' in 1912.

He did much advertising work and illustrated many posters for brands such as Bovril, Colman's Mustard and Cadbury. Royal Doulton used many Aldin drawings on their ceramics until 1939.

This set contains Cecil Aldin works in two very different styles.

The red and black images are from his 1909 book 'The Black Puppy' whilst the pastel paintings are just four years later, from a 1913 book 'Our Friend the Dog'.

The set contains pyramage, motifs, large pyramage, background panels and backing sheets, all beautifully co-ordinated to enable you to make perfect cards.

The pyramage pieces can easily be cut out with a craft knife and ruler and stacked using sticky pads or silicone glue to create a fantastic 3-dimensional 'pyramid' shape.

The pyramage sheets are best printed onto a good-quality white lightweight card (up to 225gsm) so that your completed stack doesn't end up too thick! Thicker card can be used for the motifs, whilst the backgrounds can be printed onto either paper or card.

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Download - Set - Cecil Aldin's Dogs

Download - Set - Cecil Aldin's Dogs

Cecil Aldin (1870-1935) was a British painter and illustrator, best known for his paintings of dogs and rural life.

He did much advertising work and illustrated many posters for brands such as Bovril, Colman's Mustard and Cadbury. Royal Doulton used many Aldin drawings on their ceramics until 1939.

This set contains Cecil Aldin works in two very different styles.

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