About Cassius Coolidge’s Dogs Playing Poker (A Friend In Need)
Interested in decorating your space with a Dogs Playing Poker print (A Friend In Need print)?
Cassius Coolidge created this masterpiece in 1903 in the USA.
This work is part of a series of paintings used as advertising materials for cigars.
The name of this specific artwork is “A Friend In Need.” The work features personified dogs sitting at a table playing poker, hence the name.
Take special notice of the bulldog handing the ace under the table to his friend.
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About The Dogs Playing Poker Print (A Friend In Need)
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About The Artist
Cassius Marcellus Coolidge who also went by the nickname Kash was an American artist.
He was the son of Quaker farmers. Coolidge had no formal training as an artist. He worked many different jobs before his career took off. Coolidge worked in pharmaceuticals, banking, and media before his career as an artist. His specialty was painting dogs in human situations.
My son loved it.