William Secord: Dogs and Art

August 28, 2017 Adam 3 comments

Dogs in Our World William SecordWilliam Secord is the authority on dog paintings from the past and present. He is the author of many books on the subjects of dogs and art. The William Secord Gallery, in New York City, is a treasure trove of the world’s finest historical depictions of dogs. In this episode, Adam Winston learns how art history can teach us more about the dogs in our world. Join the audience at dogsinourworld.com. Leave us a rating and review on iTunes, Google Play, SoundCloud or Stitcher

*Music donated by Dave Elkins and Travis Adams 

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3 Comments on “William Secord: Dogs and Art

  1. Excellent podcast.
    Have you thought of putting some of these podcasts onto Youtube?
    Showcasing some of the paintings spoken of might work well on it’s format.

    1. Christine, I’m still slowly working on getting all the episodes uploaded to YouTube. And, you’re right! This episode about dogs and art offers a lot of visuals. I hadn’t thought about it, yet. I wonder how/if I can upload images of paintings to YouTube without potentially violating any copyrights issues. Shouldn’t be difficult. Until then, don’t forget to check out the research links at NoteCastr page. Thanks for the feedback! https://www.notecastr.com/dogsinourworld/287/

    2. Christine, have you seen the new YouTube channel with all the Dogs in Our World episodes? Check it out. Click the YouTube icon in the top right of this website. Let me know if it works.

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