This John White Alexander: Black and Red, 19th Century, framed cat art poster will make a dramatic statement in any cat lover’s home. Printed on thick, durable museum quality matte paper, this reproduction will give any room a great accent.
• Alder, Semi-hardwood frame
• Black in color
• .75” thick
• Acrylite front protector
• Hanging hardware included
John White Alexander: Black and Red, 19th Century, framed cat art poster is available in the following sizes.
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John White Alexander (1856-1915, American) showed artistic talent at an early age. At 18, he started working at Harper’s Weekly drawing political cartoons. Afterwards, he travelled to Europe and continued his art. When he returned to the States, he gained commissions to paint influential personalities such as Oliver Wendell Holmes. Likewise, he painted many women and often included cats in these portraits mirroring the century’s new found love of the feline.