From the famed Poker Dogs Series by C. M. Coolidge
These have been a favorite since they were first painted by Cassius Marcellus Coolidge in 1903. Advertising firm Brown & Bigelow commissioned Coolidge to produce 16 paintings depicting dogs performing many very human activities, chiefly playing poker.
In February, 2005 the original paintings; "A Bold Bluff" and "Waterloo" sold at auction for a record breaking $590,400. to a private collector. Here is your chance to own reproduction prints of these humorous works. Perfect decor for game room, bar or den.
Image measures about 9" x 14", framed in solid walnut-stained oak. These are not matted; the white border around the image is visible, and the title of the work is NOT very well centered, in some instances the frame partially obscures the wording and/or is closer to it than appropriate. The price reflects this unfortunate fact.
HoofPrints - Farriers Greeting Cards - 13849 N 200 E Alexandria, IN 46001 - Phone 765-724-7004