The Saddest Picture in the World
When I was a little emo kid, I would stare at this picture every time I went to my grandparents’ house.
This framed 1902 print of Gustave Henry Mosler‘s painting “The Lost Playmate” originally belonged to my great aunt Vera, a kind and hunchbacked old woman I can barely remember.
Upon her passing, my grandfather acquired this piece of Victorian art and it became a central piece in his collection of old dog prints and figurines.
My grandfather has been gone about a dozen years now, but most of his collection still decorates the house he shared with my grandmother.
“The Lost Playmate” will always be my favorite, but come back tomorrow, and I’ll show you more of his beautiful collection of dogtiques.
Posted on May 1, 2013, in Art, Dogs, Family and tagged arts, black dog mourns over baby, dog painting, dog print 1902, dogtiques, Gustave Henry Mosler, The Lost Playmate. Bookmark the permalink. 7 Comments.