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Ship's Cat - Print

Ship's Cat - Print

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Rodent-control was the reason cats were put on ships. All trading nations adopted this practice. It is believed that cats arrived in Europe by boat from Ancient Phoenicia (maritime trading cultures on the African coast of the Mediterranean). They set their paws down on european soil in about 900 BC.

Gradually cats became worlds travellers, eventually reaching nearly all parts of the world accessible by ship. Over the centuries their offspring developed into different breeds according to the climate in which they found themselves and the mates they took, as well as the deliberate selection by humans.

Reproduced from Daniel Mackie's watercolour painting, this print is printed on somerset velvet 225gsm fine art paper.

Shipped in a tube. Frame not included. Signed by the artist.

Copyright © 2014 Daniel Mackie All Rights Reserved.

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Alison Henders-Geeen
Great print

Absolutely love it!

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Caroline Hood

Love this so so much! Think I need to buy another. Fantastic design.

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Caroline Hood

Love this so so much! Think I need to buy another. Fantastic design.

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Mrs Julie McCoy
A Beautiful Cat!

I have bought this print as a birthday present for my Mother and I am delighted with it, thank you...

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Heather James
Purrrrfect

Bought as a Christmas present . Quick and efficient delivery. Colours intense abd beautiful detail.