Scottish Terrier Art Reproduction Print – "Scottie Feet" by Michael Steddum - Limited Edition Signed and Numbered Scottish Terrier Art Print
I am so excited to offer this Scottish Terrier Limited Edition Reproduction Art Print. The artwork is by Michael Steddum published from an exceptional watercolor painting entitled, “Scottie Feet.” Although not all households allow pets on the furniture, especially the bed, who could resist this sweet Scottish terrier’s face? Besides, there is plenty of that luxurious, down comforter to share. Doesn’t he look so comfortable? The Scottie truly makes for the best cuddle buddy, especially with their intense loyalty and loving nature. This wonderfully warm print will remind you of some of the best Saturday mornings spent lazing in bed. With the gentle golds and whites, this print makes for an excellent gift for Scottie enthusiasts. This is a Limited Edition, Signed and Numbered Scottish Terrier Reproduction Print by the artist Michael Steddum. There are only 200 hundred prints available, so your home will have a unique Scottish Terrier artwork making this even more special. The paper is acid-free, velvet somerset, archival paper and it is printed with the finest inks, making it a work of art that will last for generations to come. This art in your home expresses who you are and what you love, so this Scottish Terrier artwork fits the bill perfectly. Shipped to your home in a flat, Custom Hand-Crafted shipping box, with artist touches, you will be sure to love.
About this Scottish Terrier Art Print
Scottish Terrier Art Print, Limited Edition of 200 signed and numbered prints The overall paper size is 11" x 14"
The actual Scottie image is 8 1/2" x 12" so you have plenty of white borders to place under the mat when you frame it. You can simply put the Scottish Terrier print into an 11” x 14” frame under glass
The perfect Scottie gift for someone who loves Scottish Terrier art or something special for your own home, where your Scottie rules the roost
Each print is hand packed in a custom-made case by Michael Steddum