The A-Z of dogs in pictures
Thursday 31 March 2011
After being attacked by an alsatian when he was two years old artist Rob Clarke grew up as a self-professed "dog hater”.
But not only has he managed to conquer his fear, he's also about to stage his first solo exhibition - the A-Z dogs.
Rob studied at St Martins School of Art. A highly skilled draftsman and visual artist, he now not only paints accurate depictions of man’s best friend, but also captures their character, movement and even their “small men complexes”.
The exhibition is a celebration of mostly British breeds with the inclusion of paintings and prints.
Click here or on the image on the right to preview the show.
The A-Z of dogs, Rebecca Hossack Art Gallery, London. From 1-21 April. www.r-h-g.co.uk
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