Blue Dog

Blue Dog

Book - 1994
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Baker & Taylor
The inspirational story of Tiffany, the beloved terrier-spaniel who became Blue Dog, the top-selling art phenomenon that has captured America with her mesmerizing eyes and her message of true love conquering all--includes eight new Blue Dog paintings.

Blackwell North Amer
How did Tiffany, beloved pet of George Rodrigue and his family, become the Blue Dog? What are the secrets that lie behind those soulful golden eyes? What can this inspirational tale about a dog, her master, and his paintings tell us about love, art, and human nature?
George Rodrigue's colorful and intriguing paintings dramatize Tiffany's transformation from a frisky black-and-white terrier/spaniel to Blue Dog, illustrating the points and counterpoints encountered by both man and beast in their poignant search for deeper communication. The text alternates between the voices of George and Tiffany, so readers have the benefit of both perspectives and can fully appreciate Blue Dog's pointed yet sophisticated sense of humor.

Baker
& Taylor

The story of Tiffany, the beloved terrier-spaniel who became Blue Dog, the art phenomenon that captured America with her mesmerizing eyes

Publisher: New York : Viking Studio Books, 1994
ISBN: 9780670855384
0670855383
Branch Call Number: 759.13 ROD
Characteristics: unp. : col. ill. ; 28 cm
Additional Contributors: Freundlich, Lawrence S.

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Apr 24, 2014

A friend of mine who recently lost a much-beloved pet dog really enjoyed and I suspect found comfort in this book. As an animal lover and lover of truth, I was thrilled by the writing and the journey after Tiffany's death. I enjoyed the art work overall and the emotional intensity literally projected off of the pages.

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