This print is printed on 100% rag paper. Rag paper is made from cotton from used clothes (rags) as the primary material source. Cotton paper is superior in both strength and durability and has a much lower level of acids compared to wood pulp-based paper which may contain a high level of acids causing the paper to yellow over time.
The 11″ x 14″ print has a 1″ border top and bottom, and a 1.5″ border on the left and right side of the image. The image size is 9″ x 11″.
The title “What Are Fleas, Anyway?” and “by Anita Baarns” is centered underneath the image on two lines.
The print his hand signed (Anita Baarns) on the right side underneath the image, and numbered on the left side underneath the image.
About the Image
This Middleburg Hunt puppy is having a fit. It is so funny to see puppies in this pose. I always wanted to paint a scene like this. It may have been just an itch, but what does a puppy know about fleas anyway?