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“His Station and Four Aces” by Cassius Marcellus Coolidge

His Station and Four Aces

His Station and Four Aces

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The train conductor makes his rounds informing the well dressed passengers that it is time for them to disembark. Unfortunately for one of the dogs whose chip pile has become quite small, this means that he will not be able to finish the hand in which he holds four aces. His look of shock and horror is juxtaposed by another canine that has already folded quickly getting up to leave. Outside the train’s window, the station’s lights and pooches on the boarding platform can be seen.

Other paintings with a hand of four aces: A Friend in Need, Pinched with Four Aces, Poker Sympathy, and A Stranger in Camp.

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