|Jeune Homme et Chien at the Louvre|
So just to get a little dog fix during my trip, I set about to find all the dogs in art at the Louvre in Paris. In this one, the dog looks like a Havanese to me, and it's thought to have been created about 375 - 350 B.C. in Greece.
|Outside the Louvre on a rainy night|
More dogs in art...
|Titian, Supper at Emmaus|
(to learn more about biblical feasts in art, click on this link)
|Veronese, Supper at Emmaus|
(click on the third picture at this link to learn more about this painting)
|Jacobo Bassano, Two Dogs Tied to a Tree Stump|
(go to the third page in this link to read more about dogs in paintings in mid-16th century Venice)