High resolution giclee print mounted on cradled birch plywood panel, 12 x 12".
Virginia designated the American foxhound as the official state dog in 1966. They were developed in colonial times by landed gentry purely for the sport of hunting foxes. There are several different strains (ie: Walker, Goodman, Trigg, July & Penn-Marydel) that differ in appearance but are all members of the same breed.
Virginia American Foxhound