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Dachshund Art

Dachshund art is a popular art category among modern art enthusiasts. Although they suffered a decline in popularity during World War II, since then dachshund paintings have risen again to capture the hearts and minds of the owners of small canine prints around the world.

Dachshunds were originally bred to hunt badgers and other burrowing animals. Because of this, much of the traditional dachshund fine art is focused on these animals hunting game or in hunting scenes featuring came. Although this breed was originally from Germany, where it gained its name, the current breed as seen in modern dog art is a combination of German, French, and English breeding.

Dachshund Artwork

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Beach Bums Dachshund Bicycle I Life
by Michael Mullan
16" x 20"
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The Dog
by Pablo Picasso
16" x 20"
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Beach Bums Dachshund Bicycle I
by Michael Mullan
18" x 18"
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Dachshund
by Dean Russo
20" x 16"
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Doxie Ride
by Sue Schlabach
36" x 24"
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Dachshund
by Dean Russo
10" x 8"
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Dachshund Luv
by Dean Russo
16" x 20"
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Brilliant Dachshund
by Dean Russo- Exclusive
16" x 20"
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Dachshund
by Lanre Adefioye
20" x 16"
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Beach Bums Dachshund I Bum
by Michael Mullan
16" x 20"
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Dachsund Longboards
by Ryan Fowler
12" x 12"
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Doxie Ride ver II
by Sue Schlabach
16" x 13"
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Dog Au Vin Dachshund
by Fab Funky
12" x 15"
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Hotdoggin Red
by Stephen Huneck
16" x 20"
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Beach Bums Dachshund I
by Michael Mullan
16" x 16"
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Wiener Brewing Co
by Ryan Fowler
12" x 24"
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Farnkie's Hot Dogs
by Lantern Press
12" x 18"
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Best Friend II
by Allison Pearce
12" x 12"
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Good Dogs Dachshund Bright
by Moira Hershey
12" x 12"
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La Grrr
by Emily Adams
16" x 20"
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Hipster Dachshund Black and Tan
by Fab Funky
12" x 15"
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Dachshund Wine Snob
by Fab Funky
13" x 19"
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Dachshund
by Michelle Campbell
12" x 17"
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Thoreau
by Leah Saulnier
12" x 15"
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Big Girl
by Stephen Huneck
24" x 9"
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Doxie Ride ver I Red Bike
by Sue Schlabach
20" x 16"
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Glamour Pups V
by Beth Grove
20" x 16"
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Dachshund Longboards
by Ryan Fowler
16" x 20"
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Dachshund Free Hugs
by Fab Funky
12" x 15"
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Dachshund Hula Hoop
by Tomoyo Pitcher
12" x 17"
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Comfy
by Christopher Nick
16" x 16"
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Dog Bed Dachshund
by Stephen Huneck
20" x 16"
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Glamour Pups IX
by Beth Grove
12" x 12"
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Hot Dog
by Tracy Flickinger
12" x 12"
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Waiting
by Victoria Coleman
16" x 20"
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These influences made the modern dachshund smaller than their pure German forebears, although the long nose that characterizes this breed is apparent in both breeds.

These small canines were highly popular in England as hunting dogs and pets. Although many of the European nobility were known to have a soft spot for these canines, the royal court of Queen Victoria was especially enamored of the small animals and dachshund art experienced a surge of popularity during this time.

However, overall the dachshund breed are friendly dogs and this playful side is captured in paintings featuring wiener dogs. Because of its multicultural background, small canine prints with these animals feature a variety of environs. These canines can be depicted strolling down the streets of Paris, such as in the dachshund painting 'City Dogs IV' by Megan Meagher, just as easily as they can lounge on a chaise lounge chair, like in Ginger DeLater's sensitive representation known as 'Snow White'.

Because of the variety of styles and long history of these small canines, dachshund canvas art has always enjoyed some form of popularity among dog art enthusiasts, even when the breed itself was unpopular. As the modern art movement has begun reinventing the image of these canines, they are no longer seen as hunters, but as beloved pets with gentle natures and short statures that fill people's hearts with hope.
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