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Best in show : the dog in art from Renaissance to today.

Edgar Peters et al Bowron

Best in show : the dog in art from Renaissance to today.

by Edgar Peters et al Bowron

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Published in Houston : Museum of Fine Arts, 2006 .
Written in English


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Open LibraryOL22727195M
ISBN 100300115881

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An artist's best friend: the dog in Renaissance and Baroque painting and sculpture / Edgar Peters Bowron -- From the royal hunt to the taxidermist: a dog's history of modern art / Robert Rosenblum -- The purebred dog in art: eighteenth and nineteenth centuries / William Secord -- Notes on the nature of dogs / Carolyn Rose Rebbert.

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Produced in conjunction with the "Best in Show" exhibition, on view at The Houston Museum of Fine Arts, through Jan.1,this page, large format, hardcover book is filled to capacity with full color illustrations of the dog in art.

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The Dog in Art from the Renaissance to Today,” imported from abroad for temporary exhibition within the United States, are of cultural significance. The objects are imported pursuant to loan agreements with the foreign owners or custodians. Dog art was also found in the first century AD. One charming example includes a pair of canines found near Civita Lavinia, Italy in A painter and art dealer named Gavin Hamilton had excavated a place aptly-named Dog Mountain and discovered, among other things, a marble portrait of two ing to The British Museum, it’s not possible to date these sculptures, but they were.

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