Although he’s most famous for his anthropomorphized dog paintings, Cassius Coolidge also founded a bank, drug stores, a newspaper, and invented the life-sized carnival figure cutouts with holes to insert faces thereby transforming people into muscle men, pin-up beauties and other characters. His series of 16 dog paintings were originally created for the advertising firm Brown & Bigelow as part of an emerging concept at the time – branding or “remembrance advertising.”
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