"Looks Like Four of a Kind" This painting, rendered by the renowned artist Cassius Marcellus Coolidge, was done in 1910. It depicts a group of dogs around a poker table acting like humans. It was originally named "Looks Like Four of a Kind" and was one painting in a series of 16 that Coolidge painted for a cigar company. The cigar company used these paintings to advertise their wares in a way that was unique compared to the normal style. Some of the other paintings depicted dogs on the train, a commuter, and even the baseball field.
While there isn't a whole lot of famous dog art out there, there are definitely a few interesting pieces! For a few more entertaining looks at these eclectic works of art, check out Norman Rockwell and a few of his pieces: Boy Meets Dog, Fleeing Hobo, and many more. His works were often featured in the Saturday Evening Post, where his painting became famous. Many of these paintings are now displayed throughout the United States and even around the world as time-honored works of art.