Charles Wysocki returns to one of his favorite subjects, the beloved household cat, in this wonderful work that is so typically cat-like. A clever tabby has managed to create a home inside the bag, but the look on the cat's face makes it clear that they would rather wear the bag than whatever it was that was originally purchased. Note the other unusual elements Wysocki has added into this slice of cat-life, such as the grass-like carpet, which seems out of place, yet perfectly in harmony with the polka-dot wallpaper. Charles Wysocki was a master at infusing an overall emotional tone into his artworks that went beyond the individual elements brought together in each piece.
If you thought you loved Charles Wysocki's work before, you can't even begin to imagine how wonderful this artwork is as a throw blanket. The artists at Pure Country Weavers have painstakingly recreated this gorgeous piece in a way that gives it an incredible new depth and texture.
Cat's In The Bag by Charles Wysocki Throw Blanket Features:
- Size: 70 x 54
- Officially licensed Charles Wysocki artwork
- Jacquard woven to construct exquisite depth, texture, and richness
- All of the decorative throw pillows are woven from finely selected 100% cotton yarns
- Hand-finished, with a lovely thread fringe on each side
- Proudly made in the USA
All tapestries - including our tapestry blankets, tapestry wall hangings, and tapestry pillows - are special order items. Most orders ship within 3 - 5 business days of purchase, but larger or more complex tapestries may take longer to complete and ship. Please allow two weeks for delivery. If selected during the checkout process, your tracking number will be provided as soon as it becomes available.
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The Charles Wysocki Tapestry Collection
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