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“One dog goes one way, and the other dog goes the other way. And this guy’s saying ‘Whaddya want from me?'”. So goes the line uttered by Joe Pesci in the movie.
Based on a photo of from National Geographic, the painting is a favorite of Goodfellas fans!
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More about Goodfellas
Goodfellas appeared in the movie of the same name. It was reportedly painted by the mother of the writer, Nicholas Pileggi. The image was actually based on a photo from the November 1978 issue of National Geographic. The painting depicts a man with two dogs on a boat.
The man in the painting is a retired banker named John Weaving. The two dogs are called Brocky and Twiggy. Weaving lived on a houseboat on the river Shannon. He was a navigational consultant, handyman and an eco-crusader. He passed away in 1987. A bronze bust of him was erected beside the harbour in Terryglass.
A December 2015 reproduction we did:
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