Here is an image of the galaxy NGC 4449 region including galaxy NGC 4460. I composed the image to include a significant region north of NGC 4449 which has some other galaxies of interest. The field turned out to be a little more interesting than I originally thought. There are several Quasars - I annotated eight of the visible ones. Just to the lower left of NGC 4449, there is a low surface brightness galaxy only recently cataloged. The "oblong" star in the upper center is really a visual double (10" sep). The "galaxy" in the center (UGC 7593) is really a pair of spiral galaxies.
NGC 4449 is an irregular galaxy (IBm) with a bar at distance of 13.1 million light years. NGC 4460 is an edge on spiral about twice the span of NGC 4460 due to its 2x distance of 25 million light years. UGC 7817 is about 3x the span of NGC 4449 due to its even more distant 255 million light years.
Image and details can be accessed at the link below (or by clicking on the thumbnail crop of NGC 4449); full size image can be accessed from the image webpage. The annotated image link is provided below, but that can also be accessed from the image webpage.
NGC 4449 and NGC 4460 Annotated
Scope: Explore Scientific MN152 at f/4.8
Camera: Atik 383L (Astronomik Gen 2 LRGB Filters)
Location: DAA Observatory, Shelter Valley, CA