Title

William Wegman, 63, known for his often humorous portraits of weimaraners, lives

Authors

Judith Gaines

Source

Portland Monthly

Date

10-2006

Pages

22-29

Abstract

William Wegman, 63, known for his often humorous portraits of weimaraners, lives most of the year in Manhattan, but loves his summer home, a former lodge in Rangeley. One of his first books, "Little Red Riding Hood," was set in the Maine woods. It starred a weimaraner with prosthetic fangs, and costumed dogs played all the roles. With details on Wegman's generations of beloved dogs and his 1898-era lodge.

Subjects

Photographers, Dogs, Wegman, William

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