Dogs in Art
There have been many dogs in the White House, but only Franklin D. Roosevelt’s beloved Scottie, Fala, has his own statue! Let’s learn more about FDR’s famous dog!
Since he was created in 1932, Goofy has proved one of Disney’s most enduring and popular characters. After 85 years, though, fans continue to wonder: Is Goofy a dog? A dog? A cow? A wolf?
The Museum of Dog is an 8,000-square-foot museum located in North Adam, Massachusetts, that serves as a tribute to dogs and the joy they bring to human lives.
So many cartoon dogs, so little time! Here’s a survey of canines from comics and cartoons from 1929-2007! Name a famous animated dog off the top of your head! Are any of them on our list?
Isaac Alvarez’s photo illustrations combine the heads of rescue dogs with the bodies of adopters, and the result is both strange and beautiful.
Selfies have dominated social media for years. Many of us struggle to get a dog to sit still long enough for a selfie, while accidents of framing can make our dogs seem as vain as we are. What makes a great dog selfie?
So far, the artist has drawn Cinderella and Snow White with service dogs, with the hope of raising awareness and money for his own helper.
What were Pugs bred for? Was the Pug always a companion dog, or were they intended to hunt lions? What can 18th-century European art tell us about Pug history?
In “The Dog Project,” the artist paints rescue dogs who have found forever homes after being abused or abandoned. Her works are deeply evocative.
Lili Chin alleges that Kohl’s has infringed on her copyrights by selling clothing featuring her dog illustrations.
These expressive pups belong to German photographer Elke Vogelsang, whose striking photos capture each of their distinct and adorable personalities.