|A Bold Bluff (top) and Waterloo, 1903, Cassius M. Coolidge|
Same dogs, separated by a few seconds.
|Cassius Marcellus Coolidge,|
1920s, (inset: painted
self-portrait from 1888)
|Coolidge's sense of humor played well with his advertising endeavors. Each card featured an ad on the back for a local business. His Marriage in Five Acts dates from 1882 chronicling early infatuation through wedded bliss to...not so much.|
|Light Me, Cassius Coolidge. He|
also painted poker-playing people.
|Ten Miles to a Garage, 1903, Cassius Coolidge|
|Behind the Eight Ball, Gerard Taylor|
|Poker Pups III, Jenny Newland--ahh, so cute, but still kitsch.|
|er, Bryan Moon. Did someone say, broken bone?|