Jennifer's Persian Cat Wall Art

Looking for a way to combine her loves of art and animals, our artisan masterfully handcrafts this cat wall art using a remarkable technique she developed herself to transform vivid new portraits of animals drawn in the style of Leonardo DaVinci. Onto meticulously aged paper, our California artisan creates a giclee print from a new drawing of a Persian cat. She then captions the print with mirror-imaged text, styled like DaVinci's own unique handwriting. Each museum-quality print appears as if they were made by the old master himself, nearly 500 years ago. The artisan donates a portion of proceeds to support animal charities. Double matted and framed; approx. 18in. sq. This cat wall art is made from the heart and hands of the artisan, exclusively for Uno Alla Volta. No two exactly alike. Limited edition of 100.
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