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Pamela Hall's dog portraits on display during the Westminster Dog Show

Pictured here is Pamela Hall's painting, "The Best View"
Pictured here is Pamela Hall's painting, "The Best View"
Pamela Hall, as shown on www.DogPainting.com

Pamela Dennis Hall, a noted 20th century artist, will have an exhibition of dog portraits, called "The Comforts of Home" at the William Secord Gallery. This solo show opens on Feb. 13, and it will run throughout the Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show, which takes place on Feb. 15 and 16.

Hall, who hails from Cleveland OH and studied at Ohio State, is known for her sensitive and detailed studies of dogs. More than 20 of her works will be on display at the William Secord Gallery. The gallery is located at 52 E. 76th St. in New York City.

The William Secord Gallery specializes in fine 19th century dog and animal paintings. It's the only gallery of its type in North America. William Secord is the worldwide authority on 19th century dog painting. He's also the first author to explore dog art from its origins up to today.

Thanks to Moira McLaughlin of Dog Art Today for the idea for this article!

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