Your Pet painted into an infamous dogs playing poker style.
Cassius Marcellus Coolidge Gallery. A Bachelor’s Dog. A Bold Bluff. A Friend in Need. Breach of Promise Suit. Higher Education. His Station and Four Aces. Kelly Pool. New Year’s Eve In Dogsville. One To Tie, Two To Win. Pinched With Four Aces. Poker Sympathy. Post Mortem. Riding the Goat. Sitting Up With A Sick Friend. Stranger in Camp. Ten Miles To A Garage. Waterloo. Back to Top. Home.
Dogs Playing Poker was a series of oil painting on canvas by American artist Cassius Marcellus Coolidge in 1894-1910. The artwork depicts anthropomorphized dogs, but the eleven in which dogs are seated around a card table have become well known in the United States as examples of mainly working-class taste in home decoration.
Dogs Playing Poker refers collectively to a series of oil paintings created by Cassius Marcellus Coolidge. All eighteen paintings in the overall series feature anthropomorphized dogs, but the eleven in which dogs are seated around a card table have become well known in the United States as examples of kitsch art in home decoration.
This series of sixteen paintings depicted anthropomorphized dogs doing human things like reading the mail and playing baseball. But the most famous of them all was exactly what the title of the.
These paintings depict a group of characters sitting around a table presumably playing poker. They are each unique to the tavern they exist in, usually taking some pun on the facility's name. The collection of these paintings is a nod to the famous 19th-20th century series of paintings by C. M. Coolidge, entitled: Dogs Playing Poker.
The legendary painting series Dogs Playing Poker was the vision of Cassius Marcellus Coolidge, known to some as the “Michelangelo of the dog world”. Although some might say that Coolidge’s style isn’t “serious” enough, his masterpieces are now some of the most iconic examples of quintessential American artwork.
A Friend in Need. Long hailed as a man’s best friend, Cassius Marcellus Coolidge took this fluid relationship between man and dog a step further through his representation of anthropomorphic dogs in the painting series Dogs Playing Poker.More commonly found as reproductions in basement billiard rooms rather than being admired afar in fine art museums, one of his most famous works of the.