‘A Cat & Dog Life’ | Comic Illustration | 1904
This heart-warming print would be a wonderful display piece for anyone who shares their life with both cats and dogs. The tale of pilfered milk is narrated by the cat over five finely observed frames, and ends with the pair as firm friends. It comes from a scarce 1904 edition of Chatterbox, a weekly paper for older children founded in 1866 by John Erskine Clarke.
You see, he drank my milk, and I lost my temper, and –
Gave him a piece of my mind. Of course –
We parted in anger, but –
He begged my pardon and –
We are better friends than ever.
This print has been professionally mounted with quality pH neutral materials and is ready to give as a gift or place into your choice of 10″ x 12″ frame. As with all antique and vintage prints from Thrilled Kitty, this item is guaranteed to be a genuine historical piece and not a modern copy or reproduction.
Condition Report: This print is in excellent condition, with no foxing, tanning or marking evident on the paper. Printed text on the reverse can be seen on close inspection. The sheet lies flat in the mount.
Type: Book Illustration (Explain this)
Mount & Under-mount Materials: Daler-Rowney Antique White
Framed or Unframed: Unframed (See our Framing Guide for help)
Frame Size Required: 10 inches x 12 inches (25.5 cm x 30.5 cm approx.)
Orientation (Portrait or Landscape): Portrait