Celebrate the Dog Days of Summer at the Archives of American Art

Released: 8/7/13

Artists, think your dog is cuter than Slipper the Dachsund?

Mural painter Barry Faulkner and his Dachshund Slipper

Mural painter Barry Faulkner (1881– 1966) and his Dachshund “Slipper” in Keene, New Hampshire, 1948, Barry Faulkner papers, Archives of American Art

Send us a photo of you posing with your furry friend and we will post it to the Archives of American Art’s “Dog Days of Summer” Flickr set.

Email your photos to dogdays@si.edu

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