Dogs in Art

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Jack Russell painting 24x30cm by Marjolein Kruijt. Www.marjoleinkruijt.nl #dogart

Jack Russell painting 24x30cm by Marjolein Kruijt. Www.marjoleinkruijt.nl #dogart

Sofonisba Anguissola, wo sisters and one brother from the  Gaddi family.

Europa, Anna-Maria & Asdrubale Anguissola [~1563]

Sofonisba Anguissola: Her two sisters Europa (aged ~13), Anna-Maria (aged ~8) & her brother Asdrubale (aged ~6) Paintress: Sofonisba Anguissola [1532-1625] Corsham Court near Bath, Wiltshire Collection Lord Methuen

Bronzino - Portrait of a Lady in red with dog Frankfurt, Städel Museum Kunstinstitut

Bronzino - Portrait of a Lady in red with dog

Frankfurt Städel Museum Kunstinstitut

Hendrick Goltzius, Teylers Museum

Hendrick Goltzius, Teylers Museum

Jacob Willemszoon Delff the Elder (circa 1550 – 1601), 1581.

A boy and his dog

Paulus Moreelse (Dutch, 1571-1638), 1634. They may not all look like boys, but they are. Until the end of the nineteenth century, little boys were kept "in skirts" well past weaning. The moment of transition, when boys left off skirts, was called "breeching" and depending on the time period, came as late as six or seven. (In the 1780s, when Marie Antoinette's sons were born, she popularized a simpler attire for little boys between the ages of three to about seven: plain trousers that…

Ulrik, Prince of Denmark, by Jacob van Doort (or Van Doordt) (Dutch, 1590-1629), 1615.

A boy and his dog

Paulus Moreelse (Dutch, 1571-1638), 1634. They may not all look like boys, but they are. Until the end of the nineteenth century, little boys were kept "in skirts" well past weaning. The moment of transition, when boys left off skirts, was called "breeching" and depending on the time period, came as late as six or seven. (In the 1780s, when Marie Antoinette's sons were born, she popularized a simpler attire for little boys between the ages of three to about seven: plain trousers that…

Thomas de Keyser (Dutch, circa 1596–1667), ND.

A boy and his dog

Paulus Moreelse (Dutch, 1571-1638), 1634. They may not all look like boys, but they are. Until the end of the nineteenth century, little boys were kept "in skirts" well past weaning. The moment of transition, when boys left off skirts, was called "breeching" and depending on the time period, came as late as six or seven. (In the 1780s, when Marie Antoinette's sons were born, she popularized a simpler attire for little boys between the ages of three to about seven: plain trousers that…

A Child with a Rattle, attributed to Paulus van Somer I, 1611, the Temple Newsam House

Old Rags

A Child with a Rattle, attributed to Paulus van Somer I, 1611, the Temple Newsam House

Erasmus Quellinus II (1607–1678) and Jan Fijt, (1611-1661), portrait of a young boy, ca. 1650-55 –  Royal Museum of Fine Arts, Antwerp

Portret van een jongetje

Erasmus Quellinus II, Portret van een jongetje, KMSKA