However, not all foxhound art includes other elements. Many examples of foxhound canvas prints highlight the dogs themselves. These works, such as 'Fox Hound' by Vero Shaw and 'Foxhounds' by John Scott, focus on the grace and speed of these athletic animals. Although these works are typically still hunting scenes, they focus more on the individual element that foxhounds provide rather than the hunt that they are involved in.
Foxhound hunting scenes have been depicted by several traditional artists. Works like 'Short Cut to the Meet' by Heywood Hardy is a popular canine print featuring foxhounds. Even Francis Grant found these animals fascinating, as seen in his work 'Sir Richard Sutton and the Quorn Hounds'. Although these works focused more on the hunting scene itself, the inclusion and careful depiction of these hounds reveals how important they were to the hunt. Canine prints like these are highly popular among collectors of fine dog art because of their historical value, both as an examination of this breed of hunting hound and as a look into the traditional activities of nobility during that time period.