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Dogs Hardcover – October 15, 2007
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"Man's best friend is a timeless subject... [An] appealingly idiosyncratic book... There could hardly be more compelling evidence of the strange effect that mutt can have on man."-The Daily Telegraph "Anyone who's ever had a canine companion will fall in love with Dogs."-Scottish Sunday Post "Delightful... A great gift for dog lovers or animal photographers."-Black & White Photography
About the Author
Catherine Johnson is Chair of the Photography Committee of the National Arts Club in New York. She began her career in photography representing British photographer Norman Parkinson in North America. She has edited two books, STIEGLITZ AND THE PHOTO-SECESSION 1902 (2002), and KARL BISSINGER: THE LUMINOUS YEARS (2003).
William Wegman is the world's best-known photographer of dogs, having collaborated with his beloved Weimaraners throughout his career. Wegman's photographs are in the permanent collections of the Museum of Modern Art, New York; the Whitney Museum of American Art; and the Smithsonian American Art Museum, among many others. His photos and videos have also appeared in books, advertisements, films, and on television programmes worldwide.
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Dogs and old books are very special. I love both.
It is especially fun for me to see all the old bulldogs! I think every other page has one. Oh! And all the old boston bulls pictures... They must have been quiet popular during the early days. There is even one picture that has writing on it. It says, "Can you find Pat? He's a Dandy little Toy Boston Bull and a female! Patsy is her right name." Lake Erie Summer 1928. That old pat joke from Saturday Night Live must be much older or it's an inside joke. The image is of a man cradling a Bt marked bulldog.
This will be a treasured addition to my growing collection of books on dogs.
Enjoy! Naomi & Mugsy (Olde Boston Bulldogge)