Bulldog statue – orange and white delight
Let’s start by saying our condolences and sympathies to all those world wide effected by Covid Bulldog statue – orange and white delight, we’ve seen Brindle Bulldogs a beautiful fur patina now it’s time to show a lazier yet essential patina
Bulldogs as the standard goes are two colours by definition and this is true in the range I’m going to show ! Each Bulldog statue will be either orange and white, the majority of artists have used a blob style to paint but there’s some exceptions.
Wether a real Bulldog or bulldog statue the OCOBO line of bulldogs comes to mind, many of these champion breed bulldogs carry the same colours as the bulldogs before them did as well. I believe the word or term “Pied” is the patinas official name.
The colouration is used not only on the porcelain bulldog range, there’s a mixture here at collectibulldogs even the artworks show a proportionate amount of this pied version of our beloved English bulldog.
Bulldog statue – orange and white delight
We have covered a few stories now the artists idea of a bulldog statue from its shape and size to colour too, this is just a snippet article of the Bulldog statue – orange and white delight in what we can find.
For most out there the traditional ethical breeding of the bulldog continues yet it’s still nice to see just how popular certain colours were in the 18 and 1900s, using two colours and getting the required result does sound hard but the bulldog statue range picked out makes it look easy.
The mixture of today’s breeders means there’s bulldogs walking about now that had no such colour pigmentations in them some say changing the colours improves the chances of a sale yet they already command 2 thousand pound and up puppy Bulldogs are stunning and the price tag matches.
it’s not the job of this website to state what’s right and what’s wrong when you do or don’t breed using the Bulldog bible / standard we have heard stories and just like the shady world of politics we try to steer clear.
Bulldog statue continued!
The pieces or Bulldog statue – orange and white delight we are showing all come from the collection and all are English bulldog memorabilia antiques that we have curated in the past twelve years.
The colour may vary a little but we promise you from we are sitting each bulldog statue is orange and white or if the artist has gone and just patched the piece this means they’ve painted detail around an eye glazed and left as finished.
Dates and countries for these pieces vary ! Bulldog statue – orange and white delight ! Are all bulldog statues from around the globe, check out the differences for yourselves yet you will agree they do all seem orange and white or pied !
The orange and white type of bulldog statue
As stated most of these are porcelain I’m guessing painting metal or using the dry paint effect like on bronzes would take up to eight weeks, Royal Doulton and Beswick used the orange a lot but the stamps and dates can be confusing.
Royal Doulton bought out John Beswick BESWICK POTTERY and still used both companies to continue manufacturing! This means we have a few Royal Doulton English bulldogs stamped Beswick and vice versa.
Its not indicative to see high end pieces or a concept bulldog statue with just an orange mark or markings to give the impression of pied patina and Royal Doulton did not create another bulldog statue until 2005
Yes you guessed it Bulldog statue – orange and white delight on the nose ! This piece was sold to the public through Royal Doulton and not UK ceramics that now or did pour porcelain paste for much larger companies.
From bulldog statue to bulldog art !
Collectibulldogs has a wide range of bulldog memorabilia when it comes to art we have collected our fair share of framed pieces and the orange and white theme continues, now this mustn’t be a moan up or critic as I for one cannot draw.
But that does not mean I cannot sit in the comfort of my home and count all the bulldogs staring at me that are just of a Great Dog Headshot or painting with that pied difference, some brindle but most are orange and white.
They are exceptionally well done and looking at them brings some pride that we have bulldog memorabilia that has the right stuff we do not have any artworks where the bulldog is not of the standard colours.
adding a collar to the bulldog does break up the painting a bit we know must bulldogs of today have a thin chain and if any of these bulldog artworks are from a real subject there’s a pretty good chance the artist added as a feature.
Our own favourite yes you’ve guessed it !
So there’s an abundance of orange and white bulldog statues in our collection that we can say for sure now one of these was bought as part of a bigger buy from a seller in France and we always love to showcase this beautiful piece.
exquisite? We will leave that down to you to decide but to us at collectibulldogs this bulldog statue is indicative of just how the character of a real bulldog is and we love the way the artist has captured this sweet yet arrogant pose.
it could be said that there are many more pieces in the collection that may look better than the Huebach brothers bulldog figurine and this could be true but as I stare at this piece day after day I can’t help but see every bulldog I’ve ever known in this particular Bulldog statue
that blob type paint work does not detract from the statues overall look you can clearly see the bulldog and it’s half asleep pose and there’s so much going on in so little you no it is the best porcelain attempt at a bulldog by huebach only the Nymthenburg can top this piece yet it’s a pure white masterpiece.
Ratio your patinas see what your collection says
paint and Patinas Play one of the biggest roles when creating porcelain and you will notice in your bulldog collections that you two have pieces that are of different colours and there may be a reason for this, from World War II paint shortages to cultural and time changing events just how many traditional coloured pieces stand on your shelves.
It’s certainly a new age a lot different to the days of old when more people understood the standard and knew the dangers and benefits from following these rules so paintings sculptures and other collectibles of today maybe of the new styles.
When we redisplay after the lockdown means we can get the right tools needed we may use this new colour system, at the moment they are either by make or materials used, with the right lighting colour coding the collectibulldogs collection could actually be functional.
Before this article finishes ! We recently posted an article after hearing some very bad news about a dear friend of the website Mr N Davis was my hero he was the best in his field and I hope hundreds if not thousands have signed the K9 news card and collectibulldogs are thinking of ways to immortalise this brilliant man stay safe stay in save lives folks