Cassius Marcellus Coolidge painted these memorable scenes in the late 19th century. A man of several talents, his fortunes rose when he signed a contract with Brown and Bigelow, who used his dog-genre painting on advertising posters, calendars and prints. Mr. Coolidge's "dogs" poked fun at the lifestyles of the successful middle-class humans of his time. Art from the Archives of Brown and Bigelow.
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