Classically elegant animals to enhance your décor
This sweet little girl just couldn’t keep her tongue in her mouth, but that makes her all the more adorable. My painting was inspired by an original painting by a 17th century artist, Diego Velazquez, of the Infanta Maria Teresa. It seems like it might have been a little harder to actually stuff a Pug into that dress, but she looks just as cute.
About the paper prints
The smaller prints; 5×7″ and 8×10″, are reproduced onto high-quality gloss copy paper. It’s not a thick paper, but the reproduction quality is fabulous. I ship them in a flat envelope from here (Massachusetts) quickly, often the same day as they’re ordered. There’s no tracking on these smaller prints.
Larger sizes; 11×14″ and above, are printed on thicker, high-quality cold pressed paper by my partner company in California. Production time is 3 business days. They’re rolled and shipped in a tube. There’s tracking for these prints. I’ll let you know the tracking number when the package has been shipped.
About the canvas prints
Canvas prints are made by my partner company in California. They have a protective coating, and can be cared for with light dusting. They’re made to last 100 years. The canvas wrapping around the 3/4″ sides are printed with a color that’s complimentary to the painting, so the portrait can be hung without a frame.
Production time is 3 business days. They are shipped in a box. There’s tracking for canvas prints, and I’ll let you know the tracking number when the package has shipped.
What kind of print should I order?
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Frequently asked question:
Can you put my pet into one of these prints?
No, there’s a different way to get your critter into a portrait, just not that way. These prints are reproductions of portraits I painted by hand, and because I don’t do digital artwork, I wouldn’t add a photo of your pet onto a print of one of my paintings. But I WOULD paint an original portrait of your pet, and it would be SO much fun!