Famous Artists Devoted to Dachshunds.

by Tom Jeffrey December 08, 2018

Andy Warhol and dachshund

 Andy Warhol was obsessed with his dachshund, Archie. Archie and Andy were inseparable, and the celebrated Pop artist brought him everywhere: on photo shoots, on interviews, out to dinner, etc. Archie was even the subject of many of Warhol’s creations.

Picasso and his dachshund

Pablo Picasso had a similar bond with his dachshund, Lump, who the artist even featured in his recreation of Las Meninas. To learn more about the bonds between famous artists and their tiny, loveable dogs, consult this post from Invaluable.

Thanks to Emma Welsh for this guest post.  

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