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Charles Wysocki Ethel the Gourmet ANNIVERSARY EDITION Giclee On Canvas


Charles Wysocki Ethel the Gourmet ANNIVERSARY EDITION  Giclee On Canvas Charles Wysocki

Status: Available | Condition: New | Edition:Limited Edition Giclee On Canvas | Edition Size: Limited Edition of: 200 | Dim:21 W X 18 H | Charles Wysocki| Item #: ETG

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Charles Wysocki Ethel the Gourmet ANNIVERSARY EDITION  Giclee On Canvas is eligible for layaway in 3 equal payments of $131.67 over 60 days.

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Ethel the Gourmet ANNIVERSARY EDITION  Giclee On Canvas

NOTES: Foodies and Feline fans, are ready for your Puffed Mice, Spacatti and Moth Balls and a little Catfish Chowder? Well then, "Ethel the Gourmet" is a work of art for you! Ethel is snuggled in among her forty-plus favorite recipes, spices and snacks. Can you find them all? Are you up for the challenge? If you do, then you’re the Cat’s Meow! Uncle Tom’s Instant Long Grain Wild Mice, Tabby Teasers Recipes With Catnip, Admiral Bird Smoked Herring (pickled in Bangor Beetle Brine), Puffed Mice, Cateloni’s Pure Ground Spiced Mice, Corporate Fats Cats: A Summary on the Saleability of Canned Rats, Pussy Willow Catprika, Bird’s Nest Jelly Beans, Spay Poupon Dijon Mustard, Wallowing in Garbage: Trashy Cuisine Tales, Monarch Poultry Seasoning (Made in Catalina), Bugs, Bees and Butterflies (pickled), Mouseland Island Salad Dressing (by Puss C. Footing Inc.), Mice Pudding, French’s Song Restorer, Bottled Slugs, Bye Bye Birdie Pie: 4 and 20 recipes, Out of the Backyard and on to the Spit: Little Critter Fritters, Mice-Kababs and other Crispy Turnovers, Four Star Fish Ponds, Spacatti and Moth Balls\, Hep Cat Mineral Water, Alley Hopping Recipes with the Ratskiller Family, Flabby Tabby Diet Mix; Sour Puss Pickles, The Purr-Fect Chocolate Mouse Catfish Chowder, Catskill Catsup, Picky Mouse: Finicky Recipes, Old Tom Seasoned Crows Feet, Fricasse of Deloused Mouse, Fraidy Cat Barbeque Starter, The Original Boston Wharf Gourmet Extra-Long Rat Tails, Mouse Radish, Shoofly Fly Killer and Pie Filler, Hartz Mountain Song Food, Me-Ow Tuna Catserol Mix, Ginger Snaps Fast Food All-Nite Diner, Salt and Pepper Shakers, 3 Wined Mice (marinated in grape juice), Mister Dynamite Hairball Release, Preparing the Canary for Cupcakes, Blintzes, Cream Puffs, Cobblers, etc., Krispy Krispies, Tweeties.

Ethel the Gourmet ANNIVERSARY EDITION  Giclee On Canvas by Charles Wysocki is a Limited Edition production by the Artist. Comes with a Certificate of Authenticity which affirms that this is an authentic Limited Edition production from  Charles Wysocki. This Limited Edition is Signed and Numbered by the artist.

Charles Wysocki bio

The art of Charles Wysocki is a celebration of the historical richness of the American past, taking its inspiration from the pastoral moods of the small towns of New England and rural Pennsylvania. As he said of his work, "I hope my paintings revive pleasant thoughts of order and security, much needed in this fast-paced world." Born in 1928 in Detroit, Charles Wysocki began drawing and painting at a very young age. His father, Charles Sr., a Polish immigrant who worked on the assembly line at Ford Motor Co. for over 35 years, was not thrilled about his son s artist aspirations. Most of the encouragement came from his mother, Mary. Charles attended Cass Technical High School and focused on its art program. For a time, he worked as an apprentice in Detroit art studios.

After leaving the Army, Charles attended Art Center in Los Angeles (now Art Center College of Design in Pasadena) on the G.I. Bill. After completing his studies, and majoring in design and advertising illustration, Charles joined the staff of freelance artists at McNamera Brothers in Detroit in 1955. Missing the West Coast, Charles moved back to Los Angeles in 1959 to form an advertising agency with three other artists called "Group West" doing freelance commercial artwork. Clients included General Tire, Unocal, Carnation, Chrysler, United California Bank, Otis Elevator Company and Dow Chemical Co. During this time he won numerous awards for his illustrative talents.

Charles met his future wife, Elizabeth, a recent graduate of UCLA with a degree in art, at an ad agency in Los Angeles. Elizabeth s family was one of the first to settle in the San Fernando Valley. Charles was enamored by the simplicity of this farm life and wholesome values; this was a major turning point and the influence that started his primitive style. In 1960, the Wysockis made their first trip to New England and fell in love with the Northeast which was to become his primary source of inspiration.

During his free time in the early 1960s, he worked on his Americana/primitive paintings. After a one-man show at which he sold every painting in this style, he decided to leave commercial art for good and focus on his Americana art. He also published greeting cards through Duncan Macintosh and posters through The Bernard Picture Company. During this time, the Wysocki s had three children and moved from Los Angeles to Lake Arrowhead, CA.

Wysocki s appreciation of America started early. "I love this country so much, "he said. "I spent my childhood on the west side of Detroit, in the Polish enclave. In our neighborhood, people still talked about the oppression they had suffered in the Old World. The freedom in America amazed them." Wysocki s work was infused with this freedom and, through the joys and heartaches of his images, he shared the better life his family had found.

"In my paintings, I want to hit every emotion I can – from the sublime to the silly," Charles Wysocki said. He was remarkably successful in his endeavors, as a legion of fans and art collectors can attest. The love of life, with all its wit and wisdom, poetry and emotion, sights and sensations, is captured in his work. "There is a simple message in my work," Wysocki said, "and it is love."

In 1972, Wysocki started his relationship with AMCAL. Together they produced the first Americana Calendar, which has been published annually ever since. In 1979, Charles published his first limited edition print, Fox Run, with The Greenwich Workshop, Inc., with whom he published more than 70 limited edition prints, two books and the collectible, Americana Bowl between 1979-1993. His first two books, An American Celebration (1985) and Heartland (1993).were created by The Greenwich Workshop and published by Workman Publishing. His two small gift books Blessings by the Sea, and My Purrfect Friend, were later published by Harvest House. Wysocki made personal appearances at galleries all over the United States. He was published by Hadley House for some years until he self-published under the management of his son, Matthew.

He won many awards for his work including the one he was most proud of, the medal of honor from the National Society Daughters of the American Revolution, the society s highest national honor. He also appeared in People magazine July 7, 1986 and was invited to the White House Independence Day celebration in 1981 for which he did a painting.

Charles painted until his death on July 29, 2002 at the age of 73. It was his 42nd wedding anniversary. He is missed by his many fans, but the pleasure and joy his artwork inspires lives on. He is survived by his wife, Elizabeth, his three children, David, Millie, Matt and his two grandchildren Emily and Jackson.