While these precious chow puppies may seem plain and almost pomeranian like in appearance, they are indeed depictions of Chows, as each has a title given by the artist. Couldery also painted a number of actual Pomeranians and they are quite different from the chows, as you can see in the black pom with the […]
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The Chow in Art. This category will feature artists in all mediums and unique painting "finds" from the pre-1950s. Additions by our readers to any of these artist bios are greatly appreciated.
THIS RARE ART GEM IN MY PRIVATE COLLECTION IS BY THE RENOWNED SATURDAY EVENING POST ILLUSTRATOR JACK MURRAY In the 1940s-50’s, the Gordon Bread Company was a busy,well-established, Los Angeles-based bakery company with a 1920s-era manufacturing facility on Santa Barbara Avenue (known today as Martin Luther King, Jr. Boulevard), just southwest of downtown. The company […]
This beautiful color plate by Walter Weber is one I treasure , as the artist in one I greatly admire. He was most famous for his paintings featured in The National Geographic Magazine from 1939 to 1968. He painted prolifically and beautifully, over a wide range of nature subjects, including deer, birds, cats, […]