Caricature of John G. Johnson as a Sick Dog
Alexander Harrison, American, 1853 - 1930
Alexander Harrison, a Philadelphia-trained artist, was a friend of the art collector John G. Johnson. Harrison lived and worked in Paris, specializing in marine and nocturnal scenes, of which Johnson owned several. The friendship of the two men is witnessed in this caricature of the ill Johnson as a dog wrapped in a blanket.
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