Pecorino und die Kunst des Pilgerns (paw signed)

by Toni Anzenberger & Claudio Honsal


Photographs: Toni Anzenberger

Text: Claudio Honsal

Publisher: Residenz Verlag

172 pages

Year: 2011

ISBN: 978-3701732296

Price: 1000

Comments: 12,5 x 20,5 cm; hardcover; with map printed in book; signed by Toni Anzenberger and Pecorino's paw. last available copy.

Pecorino and the Pilgrims' Way - A dog takes on St. Francis Way Every dog has its day--not your ordinary account of a pilgrimage. That lovable mongrel, Pecorino, who has enjoyed a successful career as an international photo model, now follows in the footsteps of St. Francis of Assisi, the patron saint of animals. Equipped with pilgrim passport and provisions, he begins his pilgrimage at the beach of Rimini. Over twelve eventful days, he travels over hill and dale, taking in wonderful landscapes along the way. Along this 300-kilometer path over the Appenine Mountains, Pecorino thinks back on the highlights of his professional career, as well as privately recalling personal hardships from his past. He reflects on his relationship to humankind and arrives at surprising insights. Do dogs go to heaven too? This four-legged pilgrim makes for an amusing and humorous travel companion on the path towards Assisi.

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Pecorino und die Kunst des Pilgerns (paw signed)

by Toni Anzenberger & Claudio Honsal


Photographs: Toni Anzenberger

Text: Claudio Honsal

Publisher: Residenz Verlag

172 pages

Year: 2011

ISBN: 978-3701732296

Price: 1000

Comments: 12,5 x 20,5 cm; hardcover; with map printed in book; signed by Toni Anzenberger and Pecorino's paw. last available copy.

Pecorino and the Pilgrims' Way - A dog takes on St. Francis Way Every dog has its day--not your ordinary account of a pilgrimage. That lovable mongrel, Pecorino, who has enjoyed a successful career as an international photo model, now follows in the footsteps of St. Francis of Assisi, the patron saint of animals. Equipped with pilgrim passport and provisions, he begins his pilgrimage at the beach of Rimini. Over twelve eventful days, he travels over hill and dale, taking in wonderful landscapes along the way. Along this 300-kilometer path over the Appenine Mountains, Pecorino thinks back on the highlights of his professional career, as well as privately recalling personal hardships from his past. He reflects on his relationship to humankind and arrives at surprising insights. Do dogs go to heaven too? This four-legged pilgrim makes for an amusing and humorous travel companion on the path towards Assisi.

> see also Toni Anzenberger's fine art prints


More books by Toni Anzenberger & Claudio Honsal

more books tagged »travel« | >> see all

more books tagged »Austrian« | >> see all

more books tagged »dog« | >> see all

A collector's choice by josefchladek.com

Pecorino und die Kunst des Pilgerns (paw signed)

by Toni Anzenberger & Claudio Honsal


Photographs: Toni Anzenberger

Text: Claudio Honsal

Publisher: Residenz Verlag

172 pages

Year: 2011

ISBN: 978-3701732296

Price: 1000

Comments: 12,5 x 20,5 cm; hardcover; with map printed in book; signed by Toni Anzenberger and Pecorino's paw. last available copy.

Pecorino and the Pilgrims' Way - A dog takes on St. Francis Way Every dog has its day--not your ordinary account of a pilgrimage. That lovable mongrel, Pecorino, who has enjoyed a successful career as an international photo model, now follows in the footsteps of St. Francis of Assisi, the patron saint of animals. Equipped with pilgrim passport and provisions, he begins his pilgrimage at the beach of Rimini. Over twelve eventful days, he travels over hill and dale, taking in wonderful landscapes along the way. Along this 300-kilometer path over the Appenine Mountains, Pecorino thinks back on the highlights of his professional career, as well as privately recalling personal hardships from his past. He reflects on his relationship to humankind and arrives at surprising insights. Do dogs go to heaven too? This four-legged pilgrim makes for an amusing and humorous travel companion on the path towards Assisi.

> see also Toni Anzenberger's fine art prints


More books by Toni Anzenberger & Claudio Honsal

more books tagged »travel« | >> see all

more books tagged »Austrian« | >> see all

more books tagged »dog« | >> see all

A collector's choice by josefchladek.com