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William Tell, Junr. by George Studdy

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William Tell, Junr. by George Studdy

Bonzo suffers from his masters new craze for freak golf. Poor Bonzo gets whacked on the head with a golf club when his owner decides to use his nose instead of a tee on the green. Credit line must read: Estate of George Studdy/Gresham Marketing Ltd./Mary Evans

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In this humorous and lighthearted photograph by renowned British artist George Studdy, titled "William Tell, Junr.," we find ourselves in the midst of an amusing scene involving our canine friend, Bonzo, and his human companion, both deeply engrossed in the peculiar new pastime of golf. The image, taken from the Estate of George Studdy and available through Mary Evans, captures the essence of comedy and the unexpected twists that life can bring. Bonzo, with his expressive and comically exaggerated features, lies prone on the lush green, his eyes wide in surprise and pain as his owner, out of the frame, wields a golf club with an uncharacteristic lack of finesse. The hapless dog's nose, which has been mistakenly used as a substitute for a tee, bears the brunt of the forceful swing, leaving him with a painful headache and a quizzical expression. The historical context of the photograph adds an intriguing layer to the scene. Golf, a sport that originated in Scotland in the late 15th century, had gained significant popularity in England by the early 20th century. Studdy's depiction of this new craze, with its comedic twist, offers a glimpse into the past while also highlighting the universal appeal of humor and the antics of pets. The image is a testament to the enduring bond between humans and their animals, as well as the ability of art to capture the absurdities and joys of everyday life. With its clever use of humor and the timeless appeal of a well-loved pet, "William Tell, Junr." remains a delightful addition to any collection.

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