A taste for fine art

September 09, 2020

A taste for fine art

Yesterday I received this message: "Just to let you know I received your beautiful print today - thankyou. I grew up there and it brings back great memories. Sadly, my 12 week old pup managed to get it down from a height, open the tube and remove the print (picture attached). I think I had it for 90 minutes. As you can see, he is now exhausted.” Turns out Leo, a rescue pup has an excellent “taste” for fine art.



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