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story of Nipper and the His masters voice picture painted by Francis Barraud

Leonard Petts

story of Nipper and the His masters voice picture painted by Francis Barraud

by Leonard Petts

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Published by Published by E. Bayly for the Talking Machine Review International in Bournemouth, England .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Barraud, Francis, 1856-1924.,
  • Nipper (Dog),
  • Nipper (Dog) in art.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementcompiled by Leonard Petts ; with introduction by Frank Andrews ; cover and border design by Swantje Postlethwaite.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsND497.B26 A65 1983
    The Physical Object
    Pagination[68] p. :
    Number of Pages68
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL2928727M
    ISBN 100902338161
    LC Control Number84163930

    Sep 22,  · Buy The Nipper: The Heartbreaking True Story of a Little Boy and His Violent Childhood in Working-class Dundee by Charlie Mitchell (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders/5(27). Henry Charles Bukowski Cat Club Portraits Men With Cats Sylvia Plath People Reading Story Writer American Poets Son Chat. His Master's Voice In England, artist Francis Barraud painted his brother's dog Nipper listening to the horn of an early phonograph during the winter of Victor Talking Machine Company began using the symbol in and Nipper.

    Every framed His Master's Voice print is hand crafted to perfection, including the glass, mat and frame moulding choices. Our framing experts at abcdfestivalgoa.com inspect each piece of framed art before it leaves our facility for quality assurance. Our framed fine /5(K). Mark Barraud, Nipper's owner died in and Nipper was raised by Mark's brother, Francis, who at the time, was a struggling painter. One day, so the story goes, Francis saw Nipper looking quizzically at the phonograph, with his head tilted, trying to understand where the sound was coming from.

    The label is “His Master’s Voice,” the more famous brand name of what was originally called simply the Gramophone Company, a British manufacturer of phonographs. The iconic image was based on an painting by English artist Francis Barraud. Oct 21,  · He tried to sell the picture to a few companies including Edison Bell but no one was interested. He called the painting his masters voice. Aftr a while the grammaphone company was interested but wanted their model painted. So they gave him one of the new ones and he repainted over the original gramaphone. That't the story behind the dog and.


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Story of Nipper and the His masters voice picture painted by Francis Barraud by Leonard Petts Download PDF EPUB FB2

His Master's Voice (HMV) was the unofficial name of a major British record label created in by The Gramophone Co. Ltd. The phrase was first coined in the s as the title of a painting depicting a terrier-mix dog named Nipper listening to a wind-up disc abcdfestivalgoa.com the original painting, the dog is listening to a cylinder abcdfestivalgoa.com is a famous trademark in the recording industry.

Additional Physical Format: Online version: Petts, Leonard. Story of "Nipper" and the "His master's voice" picture painted by Francis Barraud.

Bournemouth, England: Published by E. Bayly for the Talking Machine Review International,© Add tags for "The story of "Nipper" and the "His master's voice" picture painted by Francis Barraud,". Be the first. The Story of 'Nipper' and the 'His Master's Voice' Picture Painted By Francis Barraud Leonard Petts Ernie Bayly, Well researched history of the original HMV picture of a dog listening to the voice coming from a phonograph.

The Story of 'Nipper' and the 'His Master's Voice' Picture Painted by Francis Barraud by Petts, Leonard Edition: first edition Book Description first edition. Great Britain, Ernie Bayly,first edition, wrappers.

Softcover. Introduction by Frank Andre. THE STORY OF "NIPPER" AND THE "HIS MASTER'S VOICE" PICTURE PAINTED BY FRANCIS BARRAUD by Petts, Leonard. Ernie Bayly, Second revised edition. Paperback octavo with stapled wrapping. Good with no dust jacket. Tan wrappers with black designs. With an introduction by Frank Andrews.

Pages and wrappers clean. Shelved in Netdesk office, Ephemera Box E. Shelved Rockville. Nipper originally lived with his owner, Mark Henry Barraud, in the Prince's Theatre where Barraud was a scenery designer. When Barraud died inhis brothers Philip and Francis took care of the dog, then Francis took Nipper to Liverpool, and later Mark's widow in Kingston upon Thames, abcdfestivalgoa.com:Bristol, England.

His Masters' Voice 'His Masters Voice' Record This is the true story of a re-homed dog named "Nipper" made famous by the "His Masters Voice" logo. This trademark became not only one of the ten most recognized brands of the 20 th century, it also made its creator. His Master's Voice In England, artist Francis Barraud painted his brother's dog Nipper listening to the horn of an early phonograph during the winter of Victor Talking Machine Company began using the symbol in and Nipper joined the RCA family in.

Guide to Collecting "His Master's Voice" Nipper Souvenirs by Edge, Ruth, Petts, Leonard and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at abcdfestivalgoa.com Francis Barraud - His Master's Voice ~ Francis James Barraud (16 June in London, England – 29 August ) was an English painter whose most famous work, His Master's Voice, is one of the best-known commercial logos in the world, having inspired the music industry trademark used by HMV & RCA.

He then painted over the Edison cylinder machine and put in its place a Gramophone machine which played a disk record and had a brass, rather than black, horn.

William Barry Owen of the Gramaphone Company offered to buy the picture, and "His Master's Voice" was born. The Gramophone company was owned by Berliner, which patented Barraud's image. Nov 30,  · The picture was acquired by the Gramophone Company inand shortly thereafter rights to it went over to Victor, where the painting was edited Author: Roger Angell.

What others are saying his masters voice advertising, Ohio, A papier-mache [paper mache] RCA Victor Nipper mascot dog. Well-known original mascot by Old King Cole Papier-Mache Company of Canton, Ohio in original paint and retains most of original decal on underside.

His Master’s Voice is a famous painting from the s that focuses on a dog looking down a phonograph, presumably listening to his master’s voice. Painted by English artist Francis Barraud, it Is not just an imaginative painting; the dog, a Jack Russell Terrier named Nipper, was owned by Francis when he inherited him after his brother Mark.

24 jul. - Explore lnijhuisvanberk's board "Reclame = Nipper - His Master's Voice", followed by people on Pinterest. Bekijk meer ideeën over Retro advertenties, Michael sowa en Jack russell pups. Oct 18,  · His Late Master’s Voice (Nipper) Francis Barraud Nipper was a dog from Bristol, England, who served as the model for a painting by Francis Barraud titled "His Master's Voice".

This image was the basis for the dog-and-gramophone trademark, one of the world's most famous that was used by several audio recording and associated company.

His Masters Voice Art Print by Barraud, Francis Wall Decor Art Home New Large Hmv His Masters Voice Metal Steel Sign Plaque & Garden not strictly but I stared at little nipper all through the while listening to my parents record collection and my walt disney "turn the page" books Music posters, prints and wall art to buy online from PopArtUK.

Francis Barraud painted the picture in Barraud's brother died and left his dog, 'Nipper,' and a recording of his voice to Barraud. When Barraud played the record of his dead brother's voice, the dog trotted over to the trumpet, cocked his head to one side, and listened.

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Lippincott.His Master's Voice Stretched Canvas Print by Francis Barraud. Find art you love and shop high-quality art prints, photographs, framed artworks and posters at abcdfestivalgoa.com % satisfaction guaranteed.Apr 12,  · picture painted by Frances Barraud, commonly referred to as Nipper or The Dog.

The company was not formally called "HMV" or His Master's Voice, but was identified by that term because of its use of the trademark. Records issued by the Company before February were generally referred to as "G&Ts", while those after that date are usually called.