In the 1930s, Lucy Dawson's friendly, sympathetic portraits of dogs were so popular with readers of American and British magazines that she agreed to gather them together in a book, Dogs As I See Them.
This original 1936 edition, Dogs As I See Them includes all of Dawson's irresistible graphite and pastel drawings and handwritten notes.
Along with her illustrations are her own amusing stories about the conduct of each of her subjects as they posed for her.
Her charming reminiscences interpret the character and mood of each dog, and make us friends at once with each and every one in this gallery of endearing portraits.
Dogs As I See Them is a remarkable collection dog lovers of all generations will take to their hearts.
w/ 22 illustrations in colour.
Grosset & Dunlap