The All-American dog: Man's best friend in folk art e-book
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The All-American Dog book. Details (if other): Cancel. Thanks for telling us about the problem. The All-American Dog. by. Robert Bishop. Folk Art images of dogs for a show at the Museum of American Folk Art. Get A Copy.
by Robert Charles Bishop. New York : Avon, in association with Museum of American Folk Art, 1978, c1977. Dogs in art Catalogs. Folk art United States Catalogs.
Clean tight copy has been moisture-warped. NO stains, just wavy pages, at the bottom foredge portion of the pages. Publisher:Avon, in association with Museum of American Folk Art. Length:152 Pages. ISBN13:9780380018635. Release Date:January 1978.
Man's best friend" is a common phrase about domestic dogs, referring to their millennia-long history of close relations, loyalty, and companionship with humans
Man's best friend" is a common phrase about domestic dogs, referring to their millennia-long history of close relations, loyalty, and companionship with humans. The first recorded use of a related phrase is by Frederick the Great of Prussia. It was likely popularized by its use in a poem by Ogden Nash and has since become a common colloquialism. Before the 19th century, breeds of dogs (other than lap dogs) were largely functional.
Bishop's interest in dogs - especially Doberman pinschers and Manchester terriers - was both personal and professional. Before joining the museum he wrote "The All American Dog - Man's Best Friend in Folk Ar. He was a founder of the Dog Museum of America, which opened in New York in 1981 and moved to St. Louis in 1988. He was active in the Doberman Pinscher Club of America and in the American Manchester Terrier Club. Mr. Bishop is survived by his brother, Richard E. Bishop of Bangor, Me. Advertisement.
His boss, Robert Bishop, was a great lover of dogs-he had a particular fondness for Manchester terriers and Doberman pinschers and had even published a book in 1978 titled The All-American Dog: Man’s Best Friend in Folk Art. So when the American Kennel Club decided it wa. . So when the American Kennel Club decided it was going to open a museum in New York, Bishop was a natural choice for director.
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The late Bishop, former director of the Museum of American Folk Art, was recognized as the foremost authority on native folk arts. Graduate Sch. of Education) after Bishop's death in 1991, this book focuses on nearly 400 years of creative energy but is limited geographically to the Northeastern United States?an area the authors felt most strongly influenced succeeding artists working in the folk genre. The result is a rich summation of a lifelong passion but covers little new ground.
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