Custom Victorian Pet Portraits in Gold Frames by Luke Jervis
art artists Bebop LeRoy my dogs Pets

Custom Victorian Pet Portraits by Luke Jervis

In late 2010, if you can remember all the way back then, I placed a wanted ad here on this blog for a Victorian Dog Portrait Artist who would fashion my dogs, LeRoy the French Bulldog and Bebop the Pug, into Regal Victorian portraits. And while I did get quite a few email responses, it wasn’t until earlier this year, when one young artist in the UK named Luke Jervis sent me a photo of a recent koala bear portrait he had done that I knew this was the artist for the job.

After a few months of emails and mock-ups, I was SO excited to receive a beautiful brown paper package, tied up with strings with my gold framed dog portraits ready to hang. They are 10″ x 8″ works {framed size is about 13″ x 11″} and capture my dog’s faces and personalities so perfectly, I was blown away when I saw them in person! They make me laugh in the best way possible… so much that while readying these photos for this post, I couldn’t help a few random laughter outbursts in my otherwise quiet house. And of course I included far more photos than necessary, but they are so perfect, words cannot even explain. I’m actually going to hang them above the Union Jack Flag print in the game room you see peeping out in a few photos, but for now, they’re resting on the gold stump side tables.


If you are thinking about similar works for your pets, I seriously recommend Luke Jervis for the job. You can see more works on his website and contact him for rates {which include the gold frames AND shipping from the UK}. They are worth every penny.

After I hung them…

family room-union jack flag print-gold stump tables-victorian dog portraits

Maegan Tintari

LA native & lifestyle blogger Maegan Tintari writes daily at ...love Maegan.com sharing beauty & style secrets, including fashion DIYs, how-to nail art manicures, hair tutorials, recipes & home decorating ideas, as well as a look into her personal life, her journey & battle with infertility & recent relocation to the mountains by a lake in search of a better life with her adorable French Bulldog brothers, Trevor and Randy.

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35 Comments

  1. wow! great ideas!

    xx
    Debora
    MA COPINE REBECCA fashion blog

  2. cool!)

    Natalia, my-crazy-idea.blogspot.com

  3. I love the frames!

  4. WOW! I am obsessed! Maybe have to do this for my little vivian!

    With Love From Hollywood, Kier

    Fashion Addict
    Fashion Addict

  5. I love the victorian frames!

  6. hahahaha, awesome!

    xAnna
    fairytalefrocks.blogspot.com

  7. Are you kidding me? Those are freakin awesome! I love it! The facial expressions are the best, I love how he captured them perfectly. I may have to surprise my husband with a painting of our dachshunds! 🙂

  8. omg that is awesome! They came out great!

  9. How cool are these! I have no pets but now want some just to get a set done!!

  10. These are amaaaaaaaazing. OMG. I laughed so hard. They look awesome!

  11. it´s great to see your nices ideas!

  12. Those are seriously great!!!!!

  13. Love them – so glad you found someone eventually!

    ♥ ThankFifi

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  15. OMG! These are too cute!!! I especially love the photos of them sitting next to their portraits!

  16. You kill me. I love these!

  17. This is teh most adorable thing I’ve seen. Thanks for taking pics of them by their portrait. Luke did an awesome job!

  18. these are AMAZING. i am in love, these gave me such a smile 🙂 great work!

  19. These look so adorable and kind of hilarious – in a good way. Cute!

  20. Those are adorable, funny, and soooo cute. I love the pictures of Leroy sitting NEXT TO his own portrait! His expression is exactly the same!

    kat
    aneyeforfashion.blogspot.com

  21. Is there such a thing as too many dog pictures? I think not. These turned out so good, definitely worth the wait. I love how the guys are posed next to their portraits. Such serious little dogs!

  22. I just discovered your blog and I absolutely love it! Thank you for all the wonderful ideas!Love your blog.

  23. I love the victorian frames too.

  24. Thanks a lot for sharing this fun article with me. I enjoy it very much!Great idea!! Good luck to the author! All the best!

  25. Omg how adorable! I’ve never been much of a dog person but these two cuties are so adorable!

  26. Love your blog! And your style. Thanks for sharing it

  27. Sìmply Great!!
    xx

  28. they are SO FABULOUS and SO HILARIOUS!!!

    i want some of my kitties!!!!!

  29. They look awesome! Such great portraits. I also love that gold stump you’ve placed them on 🙂

  30. They look awesome! Such great portraits. I also love that gold stump you’ve placed them on. It looks priceless!!! 🙂

  31. I first saw your plea for an artist, and thought my work might be to your liking. I am also a fan of Tierry Poncelet’s work. But I see you now have very lovely paintings of your adorable dogs. If you’d like to see some of my work just for fun, my website is carol@carollew.com, and my Etsy Shop is Old World Pet Portraits. Carol. PS I have 2 pugs, and can’t get enough of those squish faced dogs! Born to make you smile!

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