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“White Icons: Barking Dog” is by Keith Haring—a street artist known for his graffiti-inspired drawings and his social commentary. The Barking Dog has become one of Haring’s most iconic symbols, first appearing in his New York Subway Drawing series from 1980–85. It emerged as a symbol of oppression and aggression, acting as a warning to the viewer of the abuses of power that pervade everyday life in America and beyond. This embossed screenprint measures 21 inches tall and 25 inches wide, and it signed and authenticated by Julia Gruen, Executor of the Keith Haring Estate.