Dogs Invade Plant Hall in 19th Century Art

By IVY VELAZQUEZ

Students’ chance of seeing the the Henry B. Plant Museum’s, “Dogs in Art,” is dwindling, as the exhibit, which opened in March, is set to end in December. As its name suggests, the exhibit holds dog-inspired art pieces, going back to when Plant Hall was known as the Tampa Bay Hotel.The exhibit was inspired by hunting dogs that were often present at the hotel during the nineteenth century.

Along with the museum’s own permanent collection, which consists of about 30 artifacts original to the hotel, there are pieces displayed from 14 private

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