A Weimaraner finds a chic perch on an Eames chair in William Wegman's 2015 photograph "Eames Low," on exhibit in "Artists Including Me: William Wegman" through Feb. 7 at the San Jose Museum of Art.  Credit: William Wegman and Marc Selwyn Fine Art Los Angeles Photo: William Wegman And Marc Selwyn F

Wegman’s Weimaraners go upscale at San Jose Museum of Modern Art

it's a little known fact that today is actually so this is probably a good time to announce our next show will be none other than William Wegman! We can't wait, stay tuned for more details~ pictured: 'Eames Low', 2015

William Wegman acquired Man Ray, the dog with whom he would began a fruitful twelve-year collaboration.

Photographs by William Wegman are available through Panopticon Gallery in Boston, MA. William Wegman's photographs, videos, paintings, and drawings have been exhibited in museums and galleries internationally.

Little Red, William Wegman

Artist Infatuation.

William Wegman- “Grandmother,” she said, “you look…” from Little Red Riding Hood suite

this is the cutest William Wegman Pic of baby weimies...

We're putting together the annual William Wegman: Puppies calendar, and…

William Wegman- i like this picture because it humanizing dogs and dressing them like humans

I must say that I've just never got the whole William Wegman weimaraners thing. Dogs dressed up once for art photography is new.

I have always wanted a Weimaraner and its all william wegman's fault.

William Wegman, Altered State, 1989 One of my favorite photographs of all time.

Slow Guitar, 1987

William Wegman, Slow Guitar, 1987 Slow Guitar is from the.

William Wegman | William Wegman | Obras | Valor, precios y resultados de las obras

William Wegman | William Wegman | Obras | Valor, precios y resultados de las obras

maboroshitira:   William Wegman

Frame Up by William Wegman on is a marketplace for collectors, presenting auctions of extraordinary art and objects.

William Wegman and Weimaraner - Coolspotters

William Wegman is an artist whos work is mostly created by using his own pet Weimaraners.

William Wegman:  I love photographing puppies at various stages of their development, but especially love the 5-6 week-ers. They are strong enough to handle and are rather predictable so you can work with them around their daily cycle of sleep-eat-play-sleep. Their eyes are very, very blue at this age. Later they will (typically) turn a yellow amber color.

William Wegman: I love photographing puppies at various stages of their…

William Wegman | Eardog

William Wegman | Eardog

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