(1994) Blue Dog � Good to Very Good Condition. Sleeve shows signs of normal wear. Book hard cover and pages are in Very Good condition. �How did Tiffany, beloved pet of George Rodrigue and his family, become the Blue Dog? George Rodrigue�s colorful and intriguing paintings dramatize Tiffany�s transformation from a frisky black-and-white terrier/spaniel to Blue Dog, illustrating the points and counterpoints encountered by both man and beast in their poignant search for deeper communication.
(1999) Blue Dog Man � Very Good � Very Good Condition. Normal wear on outside covers � felt on Blue Dog is in Very Good condition. �Until now, little else could be said about George Rodrigue�s mysterious, wildly popular icon. At long last, the Blue Dog Man, as Rodrigue calls himself, sheds light on his creation as he guides us through this remarkable collection of Blue Dog paintings.�
(2000) Blue Dog Christmas � Good � Very Good condition � normal wear on outside covers, ornament�s paper covering is wrinkled on one side, Very Good condition on other side. Pages are in Very Good condition. �In A Blue Dog Christmas, George Rodrigue takes readers back in time, to New Iberia, Louisiana, in the 1950s. On a quiet street in this sleepy bayou town, the twelve-year-old George Rodrigue found his calling, and discovered that the true meaning of Christmas is not to give, but to create.�
(2008) Blue Dog Speaks � Very Good Condition � a couple of marks across front and back cover, pages are in Very Good condition. �Blue Dog Speaks is the first book to emphasize Rodrigue�s witty and insightful titles alongside his works. Both playful and thought-provoking, this beautifully illustrated gift book with delight Blue Dog fans and introduce newcomer to the pop culture phenomenon that is Blue Dog.�
(2008) George Rodrigue Prints. A Catalogue Raisonn� 1970-2007 � Very Good Condition. Cover protector shows some signs of normal wear. Hard cover shows fading at very top only. Pages are in Very Good condition. �Born in 1944 and raised in the heart of French Louisiana, George Rodrigue is best known for his Blue Dog paintings and prints, which catapulted him to worldwide fame in the mid-1980s. This catalogue Raisonn� of his prints contains over six hundred lithographs and silkscreens. A foreword by E. John Bullard, the director of the New Orleans Museum of Art; an introduction by Rodrigue�s archivist and wife, Wendy Wolfe Rodrigue; and explanatory text by the artist himself provide a foundation for understanding the prints within the personal and cultural context in which they were created.
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