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“A Bachelor’s Dog” by Cassius Marcellus Coolidge

A Bachelor’s Dog

A Bachelor’s Dog

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This painting does not have any gambling, but Coolidge still portrays the same segment of society as the poker playing pooches. Perhaps waiting for a game, this dog sits in his favorite chair, smoking a cigar with plenty more close by, a glass of alcohol within reach, and a paper in his lap. He reads the day’s mail and has no worries or women within sight. The idealized bachelor life.

It was most likely painted between 1909 and 1910.

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