"These are not your average pets. Not just any doggy qualifies for an oil painting. These are pampered purebreds, from modern times and from centuries past, all beloved by their wealthy human companions.
After 32 years in St. Louis, the American Kennel Club's Museum of the Dog has moved back to New York. The new location is at 101 Park Ave., between 40th and 41st streets.
The paintings in the current exhibition are from the extensive art collection of the American Kennel Club, known for its appreciation of the beauty of purebreds. But this attention to standards and detail in real dogs can sometimes muzzle a dog lover's appreciation for art."
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