Tito the Rooster and his Cob /

El Gallo Tito y su Mazorca

 

There was once a rooster called Tito who existed in Cuba, and this rooster was very protective of its owner -- a blonde beautiful woman. Anytime anyone attempted to get near her, the rooster would immediately defend its "master" by attacking them. The owner loved this rooster very much and remembered it with dear thoughts, so I decided to create this piece based on that story. The corn cob was painted in various tones of yellow and gold to represent the color of its owner's hair. Consequently, even today, the rooster is still protecting its master.

 

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Each giclée is numbered, based on a limited edition (L/E) of 100, per image size, and signed by me. The indicated giclee value is for an unframed giclee, but is stretched or matted and ready-to-frame. Your newly acquired piece will be accompanied by a sealed and signed Certificate of Authenticity, ensuring that only the highest quality materials have been used.

 

Height x Width Dimensions/Medium
Value in USD
14" x 11" Original Acrylic on Canvas
SOLD
23" x 18" (58.4 cm x 45.7 cm) L/E Giclée on Canvas
$ 495.00
19" x 15" (48.2 cm x 38.1 cm) L/E Giclée on Canvas
$ 350.00
14" x 11" (35.5 cm x 27.9 cm) L/E Giclée on Canvas
$195.00

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