Animals in Art: Human-Animal Bond December 17, 2021December 16, 2021 ~ YesBiscuit Yin & Yang by Olga Krimon, 2016 Violin Practice by John Lechner, 2018 Photo from the book The Sporting Dog by Joseph Alexander Graham, 1904 Photo from the book The Human Side of Animals by Royal Dixon, 1918 Illustration by Bettina Baldassari From the book Water-animals by Ella Rodman Church, 1890 Les Dames Goldsmith au bois de Boulogne en 1897 sur une voiturette (The Goldsmith Ladies in the Bois de Boulogne in 1897 on a Peugeot cart) by Julius LeBlanc Stewart, 1901 Depiction of a dog saving a person from drowning appearing in the book Canine Pathology by Delabere Blaine, 1832 Because the human-animal bond is so well established, it readily extends to myths, fairy tales, and imaginary animals: Sophia Lady Burrell as Hebe by Henry Bone, R.A., 1804 Illustrator: Frank C. Pape from The Russian Story Book by Richard Wilson, 1916 Share this:EmailTwitterFacebookTumblrPinterestRedditPrintLinkedInPocketTelegramWhatsAppSkypeLike this:Like Loading... Related
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Brilliant! Thank you