8.00" x 8.00"
8.00" x 8.00"
San Juan - Colonial Cat Wood Print
by Richard Reeve
San Juan - Colonial Cat by Richard Reeve - 8" x 8"
San Juan - Colonial Cat wood print by Richard Reeve. Bring your artwork to life with the texture and added depth of a wood print. Your image gets printed directly onto a sheet of 3/4" thick maple wood. There are D-clips on the back of the print for mounting it to your wall using mounting hooks and nails (included).
The term Colonial Cat seems a much more genteel way to describe the hundreds of feral felines that haunt the old city walls in Old San Juan, Puerto... more
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The term Colonial Cat seems a much more genteel way to describe the hundreds of feral felines that haunt the old city walls in Old San Juan, Puerto Rico. Many are shy but others are quite friendly.
They are generally looked after by a volunteer group called Save the Gato, providing food and fresh water and appear to be in pretty healthy condition.
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About Richard Reeve
I am a visual story teller based in southern Pennsylvania, USA. My imagery is inspired from everyday objects and situations and is sometimes exhibited and sold at the Bradford Avenue Galleries (Allinson Gallery and Huston Gallery) at Chester County Art Association, in addition to this online store. My work has also been exhibited at Panorama XXL, Rouen, France and the Cincinnati Museum Center, Cincinnati, USA. I have over 1,800 images available in a variety of sizes, mediums and products. I hope you will find something that inspires you, amuses you, makes you think, smile, frown, or perhaps just scratch your head. Go on, dive in... and for those of you who do so, I offer a big thank you for looking through my window on the...
Beautiful capture Richard!!! L/F!
Richard Reeve replied:
Thank you, Meg! Lots of cats wander in Old San Juan and they seem to be looked after reasonably well. When we were walking there the morning I took this they were having their food and water stations replenished by savethegato.org