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Can t We Come Too? by Cecil Aldin

Can t We Come Too? by Cecil Aldin


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Can t We Come Too? by Cecil Aldin

Can t We Come Too? Woggles Series LVI. A spaniel and a Sealyham terrier cast pleading looks at their owner as a pile of luggage indicates to them they are being abandoned for a time. Date: 1932

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Aldin Beseeching Cecil Luggage Pleading Puppies Puppy Sealyham Spaniel Suitcase Suitcases Terrier Terriers


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Can't We Come Too?", a charming and heartwarming illustration by the renowned English artist Cecil Aldin, captures the essence of unspoken canine communication. In this 1932 piece from the "Woggles" series, LVI, we find ourselves in the midst of a poignant moment between a spaniel and a Sealyham terrier, as they cast pleading looks at their owner. The scene is set in a cozy, cluttered room filled with the telltale signs of imminent departure – a pile of luggage and suitcases, their handles firmly gripped by an absent human figure. The spaniel, with its expressive eyes and drooping ears, gazes up at its owner with a look of deep sadness and longing. Its body language speaks volumes – the tilt of its head, the slightly open mouth, and the relaxed, submissive posture all convey a sense of disappointment and abandonment. By the side of the spaniel, a Sealyham terrier, with its distinctive wiry coat and alert expression, mirrors the spaniel's emotions. Its eyes are fixed on its owner, its body language echoing that of its companion. The two dogs' bond is palpable, their shared desire to accompany their beloved master on this journey a testament to the deep connection between humans and their canine companions. Cecil Aldin's mastery of capturing the nuances of canine emotion is evident in this beautiful illustration. The warm, muted colors, the intricate details of the dogs' coats, and the subtle textures of the luggage all contribute to a rich, evocative image that resonates with anyone who has ever felt the pang of separation from a cherished pet.

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