Each major exhibit is accompanied by a colorful and
pamphlet that helps the viewer enjoy a deeper
appreciation for the work being presented. Biographical
details about the artist are included along with thoughts
on the artistic process, distinctive stylistic elements, and
the role of the artistís work in a historical context.
the work of a given artist represents an important period in
sporting history as well as some of the re notable
associated with hounds and hunting. The supportive
material helps bring to life the artwork that represents
that time and the individuals who lived through it.
Those who attend an exhibit will come away with both an
enriching experience and an informative keepsake to take
home as a memento and reference of the event.
Exhibition pamphlets published by the Museum of Hounds &
North America, John J. Head, Copy Editor. All rights
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