"who said mouse?" tommy purr was very ill, every day he got worse still; doctor came one day to see- "hist-what's that? a mouse!" said he. tom jumped out upon the spot- "who said i was ill?-i'm not!"...
Cat Toasting at a Party Refrigerator Magnet | Etsy
Great refrigerator magnet featuring a a cat toasting the crowd. Approx. Size: 3.50" x 5.0" Vintage designs are digitally cleaned and enhanced by myself. All designs are printed on glossy Premium Photo Paper to ensure a professional and high quality image replicating its original vibrant colors and great detail. Completed designs are then attached to a strong and sturdy (30 ml) magnet sheet which fully backs the design and attaches to any metal surface.
Louis Wain - part 10
Louis William Wain (1860 – 1939) was an English artist best known for his illustrations of anthropomorphised large-eyed cats and kittens. His illustrations showed cats playing musical instruments, serving tea, playing cards, fishing, smoking, and enjoying a night at the opera. Wain was a prolific artist, sometimes producing as many as several hundred drawings a year. For more biographical notes, and for earlier works, see parts 1 - 9 also. This is part 10 of 10 – part series on the works of…
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Nister's Holiday Annual for 1897 - Chromo Plates & Louis Wain Illustrations HB | eBay
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Original 1904 Louis Wain Postcard, It's Really Too Bad, Tuck Write Away Series 956 Undivided Back, Anthropomorphic Cats Splashing in the Sea
Early and original Louis Wain Cat Postcard from the Raphael Tuck "Write Away" Series 956, post marked May 1904, undivided back postcard. The postcard shows three anthropomorhic cats splashing at the seaside, titled "It's Really Too Bad". The pale writing down the left hand side of the card reads: "Raphael Tuck & Sons "Write Away" Post Card Series 956 designed in England, chromographed in Saxony, art publishers to their majesties the King and Queen". This card was printed before divided back…