Charles Wysocki Cat Prints

"I especially like to inject a touch of humor into my work. So much of art today tries to reach for the profound or is painted for shock value. I see life on the lighter side, in much simpler and more basic forms. I personally feel that art should be fun for the artist as well as the viewer. But I work hard at doing my very best to make each painting both as simple and as interesting as possible. It's difficult. I try. Children, bless their clear eyes, enjoy the simplicity in my work and this really thrills me each time. Art appreciation is not exclusively for adults. I am constantly surprised at how articulate youngsters are in expressing themselves, how clearly they see connections, both within the paintings and to life." -Charles Wysocki

In 1992 the Greenwich Workshop released Frederick the Literate by Charles Wysocki as a limited edition print. There were 6500 signed and numbered copies of Frederick the Literate. The issue price was $150 and it sold out in a matter of weeks! A tradition was born and there has been another Wysocki cat print just about every year since up to the most recent release Monty, Minding the Store.


 

Frederick the Literate

Frederick the Literate

Mabel the Stowaway

Mabel the Stowaway

 

Maggie the Messmaker

Maggie the Messmaker

Elmer and Loretta Hangin' Out

Elmer and Loretta Hangin' Out

 

Max In the Adirondacks

Max In the Adirondacks

Monty, Minding the Store

Monty, Minding the Store

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