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Guido Guidi. St. Roch Discovered in the Woods by the Nobleman Gottardo (1869). Fresco in Sant’Andrea della Valle, Rome. [According to legend, St. Roch was tended in illness by a dog who brought him bread and licked his sores.]
Gisberto Ceracchini. Two Sleeping Men and a Dog (1930. National Gallery of Modern and Contemporary Art, Rome.
Kazimir Malevich. Running Man (1933). Pompidou Centre, Paris.
Jacopo Bassano. The Good Samaritan (c. 1550-70).National Gallery, London
Charles H. Bennett. The Dog and the Wolf. Illustration for The Fables of Aesop and Others, published by W. Kent & Co (1857).
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