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The dog makes an ideal companion and working partner, as any reader of Best In Show Daily will tell you. But a canine also makes the perfect muse for artists and writers. In fact, the dog is an excellent model for any...
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For Best In Show Daily’s ongoing series highlighting artwork on display at the American Kennel Club Museum of the Dog, today’s featured painting is an oil on board by contemporary American pet portraitist Christine Merrill entitled “Millie on the South Lawn,” dated...
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Canine portraitist Pamela Dennis Hall just completed the biggest commission of her painting career. In fact, the 10 dog paintings she created for The Swan’s Nest Interiors of Fairfield, Calif., portray more canines than are in her own Fredericksburg, Texas, pack. Hall’s...
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New York gallery mounts Geraldine Rockefeller Dodge exhibit. By Christi McDonald The William Secord Gallery, located in New York City, is a popular annual destination for many fanciers when they visit Manhattan in February each year for Westminster. Bill Secord is a...
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