Artwork Description

Acrylic on paper

Signed on the front.

Ahem . . .

Absorbed in the case as usual, will Mr Holmes DEDUCE that he currently no longer has the ear of Dr Watson? His personal hygiene, after all, is important to a cat.*

The palette in this poster is something of a departure from the usual Bonchustown fare. As is the era in which it is set. A Victorian / Edwardian house; bowler hats and deerstalkers. Dimly-lit rooms. This stylish poster will be right at home on the wall behind your Chesterfield couch. Or your modern one that's half shredded by your cat.

And what clue, pray tell, has Holmes found on the drawing room table? Nothing that is as important to Watson as his, er . . .

My goodness, what would Mycroft say?

* And to his owner.

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Acrylic with some ink work on 300 gsm art paper, finished with a matt varnish.

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