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Jurriaen Andriessen. Sleeping Boy and Dog (late 18th C.) Detail of mural at Huis te Manpad, Holland.
Henry Matthew Brock. Illustration for Bell’s New French Picture Cards (c. 1930)
Gisberto Ceracchini. Two Sleeping Men and a Dog (1930. National Gallery of Modern and Contemporary Art, Rome.
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.]
Kazimir Malevich. Running Man (1933). Pompidou Centre, Paris.
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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