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Mabel the Stowaway (18×21 signed & numbered offset lithograph on paper)


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Mabel the Stowaway by artist Charles Wysocki is a hand-signed limited edition print on paper.

  • Print Number 1006/6500 S/N
  • Beautifully Triple Matted (no frame)
  • Mint Condition – No Fading
  • Framing Options available
  • Original Certificate of Authenticity
About Mabel the Stowaway:

Mabel is one of several cat prints from a series that Charles Wysocki produced. Cat owners know that their little felines will find the craziest places to take a nap. In this piece the Mabel has decided to “stow away” in her owners suitcase at the most inopportune time. In one of the many shout outs to New England that permeates his artwork, the artist painted tourism stickers stuck to the top of the suitcase representing all 6 states in the region.

Charles Wysocki is an artist known for his primitive, Americana folk art. Infused with nostalgia and patriotism, his subjects are conveyed with wit, whimsy, and a creative imagination that brings the viewer back to a simpler era.

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Charles Wysocki Hand Signed Limited Edition Offset Lithograph Prints

Price Range: $150-$1000

Charles Wysocki is known nation wide for his primitive, Americana, folk art. Infused with nostalgia and patriotism, the artist’s prints are conveyed with wit, whimsy, and a creative imagination. Painting the small rural villages of New England, and other regions, Wysocki brings the viewer back to a much more simple era.
Charles Wysocki Biogrpahy:
Charles Wysocki (1928-2002) was born to Polish immigrants in Detroit Michigan. After attending a technical high school, Wysocki entered the army and eventually studied art in college on the GI Bill where he studied illustration. After graduation, Wysocki began working as an artist for an advertising agency, and eventually started his own successful firm.
It was on a vacation to New England that Charles became enamored with the pastoral settings and historical significance of the many small towns. He began doing some of his own artwork in a more primitive/ folk art style. After selling out a show with all of his work, Wysocki decided to paint fine art full time.
Wysocki became very well known and published over 60 limited edition prints and several books. people Magazine also wrote a story about him.
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