The sportsman Harry Preston has his portrait painted by the artist T. Percival Anderson.
Full titles read: "HARRY PRESTON, - (The noted Sportsman) T. Percival Anderson, Famous portrait painter."
Intertitle reads: "Not forgetting 'Jenny the four-legged 'star' in the cast."
M/S of small white dog (Jenny) standing on her hind legs. M/S of jenny standing on table being encourage by the artist Percival Anderson to get her ball out form under a glass. She nudges the glass several times with her nose before finally knocking it over and pick up the ball in her mouth.
Intertitle reads: "as for the sportsman he is, "Harry" would much prefer to be astride a horse than posing for Mr Anderson's deft crayon touches."
M/S's of Preston and Anderson. Preston is sitting on a high stool holding Jenny. Anderson chats to Preston while he draws his portrait. Good C/U of the portrait (there is a very good likeness). M/S's of Anderson and Preston chatting and sharing a joke.