Yours truly does not own a television set, so naturally I can be a tad bit behind in the cultural zeitgeist. As such, I had just started watching American Horror Story via Netflix. A few episodes into Season 1, I was pleased when I saw the character played by Jessica Lange walking two little dachshunds, which seemed to be one red and a black-and-tan smooth-haired ones.
So far I’ve only seen her once walking with the dogs, and very briefly, too. Hopefully the two little darlings will make more appearance in future episodes and seasons. Let’s see if they are real dachshunds or ghost dogs, as other characters in the series turn out to be. What do you think?
I was having a late lunch at Café Claude today when I noticed the photographs of anything Paris or French around me. One particular work caught my eye, this one which I included in this posting. I looked at the artist statement and saw the name Hans Mauli. Before leaving the café, I looked closer to the photograph and found that it had a title: Milo, Mon Chien. Paris, 1961 (Milo, My Dog, Paris 1961.)
A much better, original digital print can be viewed HERE at Hans Mauli’s website.
Later on when I had the time, I googled the title and was not altogether surprised to find a match, but was indeed surprised that Amazon.com carried the work on canvas. The one being sold at the Café was of the giclée variety, printed on 100% rag (cotton.) Click HERE to see the work on canvas at Amazon.