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Hare Collection

"Hare: A Captivating Creature of Art, Sport, and Fantasy" In the realm of art history

Background imageHare Collection: DURER, Albrecht (1471-1528). Hare. 1502. Renaissance

DURER, Albrecht (1471-1528). Hare. 1502. Renaissance art. Watercolour. AUSTRIA. Vienna. Albertina Gallery

Background imageHare Collection: Hare Coursing 1835

Hare Coursing 1835
Hare Coursing

Background imageHare Collection: Mad Hatters Tea Party

Mad Hatters Tea Party
Alice at the Mad Hatters tea party

Background imageHare Collection: Brown Hare Lepus europaeus in meadow in summer Norfolk UK

Brown Hare Lepus europaeus in meadow in summer Norfolk UK

Background imageHare Collection: Brown Hares - boxing in field - Oxon - UK - February

Brown Hares - boxing in field - Oxon - UK - February
RES-1277 Brown Hares - boxing in field Oxon - UK - February Lepus capensis George Reszeter Please note that prints are for personal display purposes only and may not be reproduced in any way

Background imageHare Collection: Tortoise and Hare (Fol)

Tortoise and Hare (Fol)
The Hare and the Tortoise Date: 1912

Background imageHare Collection: A Selection of Game

A Selection of Game
Various game birds: wood pigeon, wild duck, woodcock, black plover, snipe, pheasants, hare, teal

Background imageHare Collection: Beagling by H. M. Bateman

Beagling by H. M. Bateman
Humorous illustration by H. M. Bateman showing a number of fashionably dressed society folk following foxhounds round in a circle in a ploughed, muddy field. Date: 1930

Background imageHare Collection: Brown Hares - boxing in field - Oxon - UK - February

Brown Hares - boxing in field - Oxon - UK - February
RES-1279 Brown Hares - boxing in field Oxon - UK - February Lepus capensis George Reszeter Please note that prints are for personal display purposes only and may not be reproduced in any way

Background imageHare Collection: European Brown Hare boxing in spring Norfolk March

European Brown Hare boxing in spring Norfolk March

Background imageHare Collection: Brown Hares boxing in Oxordshire February

Brown Hares boxing in Oxordshire February
RES-1063-C Brown Hares - two boxing Oxfordshire, UK, February 2010 Lepus capensis George Reszeter Please note that prints are for personal display purposes only and may not be reproduced in anyway

Background imageHare Collection: Rabbits & Hares / Lydon

Rabbits & Hares / Lydon
An assortment of rabbits (Himalayan, Lop-eared, Flemish Giant, Angora, Black & Tan, Silver Grey, Dutch Grey & White, Dutch Black & White), and a Belgian Hare

Background imageHare Collection: Alice: dormouse in Teapot

Alice: dormouse in Teapot
The Hatters Mad Tea Party The Hatter and the Hare put the Dormouse in the tea-pot

Background imageHare Collection: HARE

HARE
(lepus europaeus) Brown hare

Background imageHare Collection: Hares, 1878 (oil on canvas)

Hares, 1878 (oil on canvas)
659635 Hares, 1878 (oil on canvas) by Hermansen, Olaf August (1849-97); 62x52 cm; Private Collection; (add.info.: Hares. Olaf August Hermansen (1849-1897). Oil on canvas. Signed and dated 1878

Background imageHare Collection: Hares Boxing

Hares Boxing
USH-49 HARES - boxing Lepus europaeus Duncan Usher Please note that prints are for personal display purposes only and may not be reproduced in any way

Background imageHare Collection: ALICEs MAD-TEA PARTY, 1865. Alice joins the March Hare, the Hatter

ALICEs MAD-TEA PARTY, 1865. Alice joins the March Hare, the Hatter, and the Dormouse for a Mad-Tea Party. Wood engraving after the design by Sir John Tenniel for the first edition of Lewis Carrolls

Background imageHare Collection: Pheasant shoot 1912

Pheasant shoot 1912
PHEASANT - covert shooting. A good bag of pheasant and a few brace of hare into the bargain

Background imageHare Collection: European / Brown Hare - in poppy field

European / Brown Hare - in poppy field
SM-2676 European / Brown Hare - in poppy field Burgenland Lepus europaeus Stefan Meyers Please note that prints are for personal display purposes only and may not be reproduced in anyway

Background imageHare Collection: LCC-LFB Aftermath of a fire in Hare Street, SE18

LCC-LFB Aftermath of a fire in Hare Street, SE18
A retail shop and dwellings above were seriously affected by a fire in Hare Street, London SE18, requiring additional fire engines to combat it

Background imageHare Collection: European Brown Hare Lepus europaeus boxing in spring Norfolk

European Brown Hare Lepus europaeus boxing in spring Norfolk

Background imageHare Collection: Greyhound Racing

Greyhound Racing
Humorous illustration by George Studdy showing a rather embarrassed man in the crowd of spectators at a greyhound race, bemused to find his hat blown off

Background imageHare Collection: 18th C French Kitchen

18th C French Kitchen
Several cooks work in a French kitchen to prepare and bake pies and pastry, a hare and a bird pie of some kind, perhaps pigeon

Background imageHare Collection: Wwi / Xmas Truce / 1914

Wwi / Xmas Truce / 1914
English & German troops fraternising on Christmas Day, chasing a hare and playing a football match (the German team won)

Background imageHare Collection: Mountain hare (Lepus timidus), Scottish Highlands, Scotland, United Kingdom, Europe

Mountain hare (Lepus timidus), Scottish Highlands, Scotland, United Kingdom, Europe

Background imageHare Collection: European Hare- 2 animals on alert, Neusiedler See NP, Austria

European Hare- 2 animals on alert, Neusiedler See NP, Austria
USH-2336 European Hare - 2 animals on alert Neusiedler See NP, Austria Lepus europaeus Duncan Usher Please note that prints are for personal display purposes only

Background imageHare Collection: Snowshoe Hare MH233

Snowshoe Hare MH233
TOM-1306 Snowshoe Hare Yukon, North America Lepus americanus Tom & Pat Leeson Please note that prints are for personal display purposes only and may not be reproduced in any way

Background imageHare Collection: Mountain Hare (Lepus timidus) adult, white winter coat, close-up of head, in snow, Strathspey

Mountain Hare (Lepus timidus) adult, white winter coat, close-up of head, in snow, Strathspey, Cairngorm N. P
Mountain Hare (Lepus timidus) adult, white winter coat, close-up of head, in snow, Strathspey, Cairngorm N.P. Highlands, Scotland, december

Background imageHare Collection: Scrub Hare - at night - Kruger National Park - South Africa

Scrub Hare - at night - Kruger National Park - South Africa
GET-2017 Scrub Hare - at night Kruger National Park - South Africa Lepus saxatilis Geoff Trinder Please note that prints are for personal display purposes only and may not be reproduced in any way

Background imageHare Collection: Brown Hare in snow - Oxon - UK - February

Brown Hare in snow - Oxon - UK - February
RES-835 Brown Hare in snow Oxon - UK - February Lepus capensis George Reszeter Please note that prints are for personal display purposes only and may not be reproduced in any way

Background imageHare Collection: Brown Hare

Brown Hare
CK-3425 European Brown HARE - eating grass UK Lepus capensis europaeus Chris Knights Please note that prints are for personal display purposes only and may not be reproduced in any way

Background imageHare Collection: African hare (Cape hare) (brown hare) (Lepus capensis)

African hare (Cape hare) (brown hare) (Lepus capensis), Addo Elephant National Park, South Africa, Africa

Background imageHare Collection: Canis Major Star Map

Canis Major Star Map
Canis Major (dog) and Lepus (hare) constellation

Background imageHare Collection: Hare (Bewick)

Hare (Bewick)
lepus timidus Harmless and inoffensive... fearful of every danger and attentive to every alarm, the Hare is continually upon the watch

Background imageHare Collection: The Hatters Tea Party

The Hatters Tea Party

Background imageHare Collection: Brown hares (Lepus europaeus), Lower Fairsnape Farm, Bleasdale, Lancashire

Brown hares (Lepus europaeus), Lower Fairsnape Farm, Bleasdale, Lancashire, England, United Kingdom, Europe

Background imageHare Collection: A hunting falcon catches a hare during a celebration by Egyptian clubs

A hunting falcon catches a hare during a celebration by Egyptian clubs and austringers on World Falconry Day at Borg al-Arab desert in Alexandria, Egypt, November 17, 2018

Background imageHare Collection: A greyhound chases a hare during a hare coursing meeting in Abbeyfeale

A greyhound chases a hare during a hare coursing meeting in Abbeyfeale, Ireland December 28, 2018. REUTERS/Clodagh Kilcoyne TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY

Background imageHare Collection: Hare coursing. Waterloo Cup

Hare coursing. Waterloo Cup
Two greyhounds chasing a hare during the Waterloo Cup, a blood sport abolished in 2005. Date: 1903

Background imageHare Collection: Coursing, plate 4, engraved by R. G. Reeve, 1807 (colour litho)

Coursing, plate 4, engraved by R. G. Reeve, 1807 (colour litho)
BSA266471 Coursing, plate 4, engraved by R.G. Reeve, 1807 (colour litho) by Wolstenholme, Dean Snr. (1757-1837) (after); 68x79 cm; Private Collection; (add.info)

Background imageHare Collection: European hare (Lepus europaeus), Wirral, England, UK, May

European hare (Lepus europaeus), Wirral, England, UK, May

Background imageHare Collection: Master Hare, 1789. Artist: Sir Joshua Reynolds

Master Hare, 1789. Artist: Sir Joshua Reynolds
Master Hare, 1789. Painting held at the Musee du Louvre, Paris. From The Connoisseur Volume L. [The Connoisseur Ltd. London, 1918]

Background imageHare Collection: Mountain hares (Lepus timidus) boxing in snow, Scotland, UK, December

Mountain hares (Lepus timidus) boxing in snow, Scotland, UK, December

Background imageHare Collection: Brown hare, (Lepus europaeus), group of animals in field, Islay, Scotland, UK. March

Brown hare, (Lepus europaeus), group of animals in field, Islay, Scotland, UK. March

Background imageHare Collection: A landscape with wood; Diana offers a hare to a nymph; Silenus and Ceres in foreground, c1614

A landscape with wood; Diana offers a hare to a nymph; Silenus and Ceres in foreground, c1614. Artist: Abraham Govaerts
A landscape with wood; Diana offers a hare to a nymph; Silenus and Ceres in foreground, c1614. From a private collection

Background imageHare Collection: The Mad Hatters Tea Party, Alice in Wonderland at theatre

The Mad Hatters Tea Party, Alice in Wonderland at theatre
Alice in Wonderland, performed on stage in 1918 at the Savoy Theatre, and starring Estelle Dudley as Alice, Adrienne Puret as the March Hare

Background imageHare Collection: Picture No. 11671263

Picture No. 11671263
Brown Hare standing on hind legs next to gate summer. Date:

Background imageHare Collection: Picture No. 10877827

Picture No. 10877827
Brown Hare - Oxon (Lepus capensis) Date:




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"Hare: A Captivating Creature of Art, Sport, and Fantasy" In the realm of art history, Albrecht Durer's masterpiece "Hare" stands as a testament to the beauty and intricacy of Renaissance craftsmanship. Painted in 1502, this exquisite portrayal captures the essence of a hare with such precision that it seems almost lifelike. Moving from art to literature, Lewis Carroll's whimsical tale "Alice in Wonderland" brings us into a world where hares attend mad tea parties. The Mad Hatter's Tea Party becomes an enchanting scene filled with eccentricity and wonder. Stepping into the realm of sports, hare coursing emerges as a thrilling pursuit dating back to 1835. This age-old tradition showcases the agility and speed of these magnificent creatures as they race across open fields. When it comes to culinary delights, hares have long been considered game meat worthy of selection. Whether enjoyed roasted or braised, their rich flavor adds depth to any dish. Nature itself provides captivating moments when brown hares engage in playful boxing matches within the picturesque landscapes of Oxon in February. These displays are not only mesmerizing but also serve as reminders of nature's innate beauty. The world-renowned artist H. M Bateman immortalizes beagling - hunting with beagles - capturing both the thrill and elegance associated with this traditional sport involving hares. Illustrator Lydon further explores the charm and allure surrounding rabbits and hares through his artistic renditions that capture their gracefulness amidst natural settings. As spring arrives in Norfolk during March, European Brown Hares emerge from winter slumber ready for action. Their spirited boxing matches become symbolic representations of renewal and vitality within nature itself. Returning once more to Oxonshire in February reveals yet another display of brown hare boxing matches; these encounters showcase not only strength but also resilience against harsh winter conditions – truly awe-inspiring spectacles worth witnessing.