From the Publisher
-19 all-new, all-Blue Dog prints
-Keepsake volume includes a Blue Dog tree ornament that can be pressed from the back of the book and returned there for safekeeping after the holidays
-More than 200,000 copies sold of Blue Dog and Blue Dog Man
About the Author
GEORGE RODRIGUE was born in New Iberia, in the heart of French Louisiana. For twenty-five years the artist painted scenes of Cajun life and culture, and many of those acclaimed works are now on display at the George Rodrigue Museum, Acadian Village, in Lafayette, Louisiana. The "Blue Dog" series, started in the mid-1980s, catapulted George Rodrigue to worldwide fame as the image of the original Cajun werewolf dog - loup-garou - has transformed into an international pop icon. Rodrigue owns and operates two galleries, in New Orleans and Carmel, California.