Voted the most popular painting in 2008 by Städel Museum, this piece depicts artist’s own dog, Ruthie. Around 1911, when this work was completed, Franz Marc began to paint animals exclusively because he believed they were the only innocent creatures in a corrupted world.
Franz Marc (8 February, 1880 – 4 March, 1916) was a German print maker and artist. Marc looked to the natural world as an antidote to modern life.
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