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by William Secord

ePub Dog Painting: A History of the Dog in Art download
Author:
William Secord
ISBN13:
978-1851495764
ISBN:
1851495762
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Publisher:
Antique Collectors Club Dist; 2 edition (February 15, 2009)
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History & Criticism
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1249 kb
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Dog Address Book: From Dog Painting, 1840-1940 William Secord Author. The History of Knitting in Art: A collection of paintings, drawings, and prints from Western art in the 19th century Tulasi Zimmer Author. CJ. Cambridge University Press.

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patrons such as Queen Victoria William Secord explores the presentation of the dog. from its origins in Greek. Roman and later European art. to the remarkable paintings of the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries up to modern times. In this splendid work he traces the evolution of some fifty breeds. using carefully selected illustrations by outstanding nineteenth and twentieth century artists.

The William Secord Gallery specializes in the sale of the fine nineteenth and twent.

The William Secord Gallery specializes in the sale of the fine nineteenth and twent. ieth century dog and animal paintings. The only gallery of its kind in North America, was established by William Secord in 1990. He is the author of the best-selling Dog Painting, 1840-1940, a Social History of The Dog in Art, as well as three other books on nineteenth century dog paintings "Dog Painting, The European Breeds"; "A Breed Apart, The Art Collections of The American Kennel Club and The American Kennel Club Museum of The Dog"; and Dog Painting, A History of The. Dog in Art.

William Secord, founding director of The Dog Museum of America and noted authority on nineteenth- century dog painting, surveys a. .The book traces the representation of a wide range of dog groups, including pets, shows dogs

William Secord, founding director of The Dog Museum of America and noted authority on nineteenth- century dog painting, surveys a remarkable selection of over 500 paintings that richly illustrate the beauty and diversity of dogs represented in art. With the work of such artists as George Stubbs and John Wooton included and the paintings reproduced in glorious colour plates, this is an irresistible coffee table book to flip through as well as an enlightening indepth read. The book traces the representation of a wide range of dog groups, including pets, shows dogs

Fine Art Dog Prints, Dog Art, Dog Art & Pet Portraits Paintings. William Secord: Dog Painting: A Social History of the Dog in Art.

Fine Art Dog Prints, Dog Art, Dog Art & Pet Portraits Paintings. Fine Art Dog Prints features dog art paintings and prints by the finest purebred dog artists. The largest and most varied selection of fine. com/ - 20 hours ago - Cached - Similar Get more results from the past 24 hours William Secord Gallery, In. e was the founding director of The Dog Museum of America and is the author of three books: Dog Painting, 1840-1940, a Social History of the Dog in Art

Dog Painting : A History of the Dog in Art. by William Secord.

Dog Painting : A History of the Dog in Art.

William Secord is the first author to explore the presentation of the dog, from its origins in Greek. The pictures are beautiful and if you love dogs and are interested in the history of dog paintings through the years this is the book for you. You'll enjoy looking at this book for years to come.

o A completely revised edition of this ACC classic, filled with new color images

o A visual feast of outstanding paintings by British and American artists

o Traces the development of pure-bred dogs and the social milieu in which they became fashionable

o Filled with anecdotes about animal loving patrons such as Queen Victoria

William Secord explores the presentation of the dog, from its origins in Greek, Roman and later European art, to the remarkable paintings of the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries up to modern times. In this splendid work he traces the evolution of some fifty breeds, using carefully selected illustrations by outstanding nineteenth and twentieth century artists, ranging from depictions of hounds and sporting dogs in the field to Victorian portraits of pampered pets and highly-bred favorites.

From the diminutive chihuahua to the massive St Bernard, this fascinating account of most of the popular breeds provides an original and penetrating artistic record of mankind's faithful companions. It is also an invaluable reference work about the many superb painters who specialized in dog painting, providing an essential index for art historians, dealers and galleries requiring a directory of names and examples of the exponents of this popular genre.

  • A History of the Dog in Art is a must for dog lovers! The quality of the pages are magnificent, it is almost like holding the paintings themself. Interesting text as well, truly a beautiful "coffee table" book. Besides the many pictures, it is truly a history lesson that even a cat lover would enjoy.
    My next visit to NYC will include a stop at Mr. Secords Museum although this book brings the paintings to you!

  • I have Mr. Secord's 3 previous books and have visited his gallery in NYC. He truly is a world renown authority! This 2009 book is an update & expanded version of his 1992 book with additional text and it has increased images from 155 color & 342 B&W (1992) to 543 all color plates (2009). While all 4 are wonderful resources this edition is clearly the epitome of those published to date.

  • Wonderful book

  • Perfect. Thank you!

  • Excellent book for an individual that likes to look at the history of dogs in art through the decades. Great color illustrations. Wonderful coffee table book.

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  • I gave this book to an British friend for her eightieth birthday. She was very pleased with it. The book is coffee-table size and very fine quality.

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