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Excerpts from George Rodrigue's Blue Dog Speaks

Excerpts from George Rodrigue's Blue Dog Speaks

Why does the artist focus on the blue dog that has now become his signature? "The blue dog, before he was a blue dog, he was a Cajun folk lore tale called the loup-garou," he says. "When I was a child, my mother would tell me that if I wasn�t good today, the loup-garou would come get me tonight."


Why does the artist focus on the blue dog that has now become his signature? "The blue dog, before he was a blue dog, he was a Cajun folk lore tale called the loup-garou," he says. "When I was a child, my mother would tell me that if I wasn�t good today, the loup-garou would come get me tonight."
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