Possibly the first written reference to Vizsla was in the Illustrated Vienna Chronicle prepared by Carmelite Friars in 1357.
The Vizsla survived the Turkish occupation of Hungary in the 16th century, the Hungarian Revolution in the 19th, World War I, World War 2 and the communist era, although it was a bit hit & miss at times. The breed really took off when they started to arrive in the US after World War 2.
I am also working on some other paintings as well, so to make room for them I'm going to blog 3x a week for a bit not 5, so see you next week on Tuesday. Have a great weekend and thanks for reading.