This print of two Scottish Terriers was originally produced by Morgan Dennis of Boston, MA (1896-1960) and then used in 1935 as an advertisement for The Black and White Scotch Whiskey Company.

It was then used by the Texas Company "Texaco" as advertising for their oil products. That is when the word "LISTEN" was added to the print. The pair of Scotties were already tilting their heads in the original art, so it worked well to make them appear as though they were actually tilting their heads to listen to the sound of a smoothly running auto engine that used Texaco oil.

Measuring 16 1/2" tall x 13 1/2" long, it is in excellent condition. This vintage print is artist-signed, matted with a deep forest green and framed under glass, in a simple wood frame. The frame is also in very good condition. The combination of the deep green matte, and the medium wood tone of the frame look wonderful together.

It is perfect alone, but it would also be terrific as part of a canine art wall gallery.

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Scottish Terrier Dogs Framed Print - Morgan Dennis


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