Classically elegant Pug prints to enhance your décor
Because what Pug lover wouldn't want Pug wall décor?
This Pug dog art, and all of my Old World Pet Portraits, fit perfectly into a collage of family photos. Pets are part of the family, after all. These portraits are a fine way to add an historical flair, as well as humor, to a room. Pug wall décor at its finest!
The original painting of Fannie was inspired by one painted in the 1600s by Diego Valazques. It depicted the Infanta Margarita Teresa. My portrait included Fannie’s real-life kitty friend, Bathead. Have a black Pug? Tell everyone this is your Pug’s great grandmother ten times removed.
Our very own black Pug princess...
Louise was a beloved member of our family for many years.
She had a tough life before we adopted her, but was happy all of her years with us. She immediately fell madly in love with Walter, our fawn Pug, and they lived happily ever after until the age of 17, both of them. This is a video I created the first week she was with us.
I am fortunate to have a Pug assistant who seems to have been born to help me with my business. Bunsen Bean can’t quite fit his tongue in his mouth. This is an asset, however, because he is more than happy to help seal magnet and small print envelopes.