Basset Hound dog art lithograph is signed and numbered by the artist in an edition of 500 and makes a great gift. Stephen Kline, internationally known artist, has created a new technique using lines of language to make fascinating and charming lithographs of your favorite dogs (125 breeds), exotic animals, and Santa. Hand-signed, this lithograph was originally created from a drawing by writing the name of the breed over and over. This listing is personally offered by artist Stephen Kline. Kline's art has generated tens of thousands of dollars for rescues worldwide. Collectors number over 7,500 from over 20 countries and in every state in the US.

Artist Kline will add your dog's name several times into this lithograph (up to 8 different dog names).

Most orders are shipped within one day of payment. Kline's art is sent in a large, sturdy 4"x12" fine arts mailing tube. The artist guarantees a safe delivery.
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Own an original Kline drawing, drawn using just your pet. Check out the over 120 breeds available in Kline's galleryNOW store.

Drawn entirely from the words: Basset Hound

Edition Number 47/500

Stephen~Absolutely amazing!! They are every bit as charming as the original purchases! Thanks so much!! I left plenty of awesome feedback for you, all true. But wanted to let you know that of all of the shopping I have done, you have been one of the most pleasant, professional sellers I have worked with. How effectively you are managing your business is quite obvious from my end. The lithographs from a distance are totally awesome and so ingenious once you look closer. I love to see peoples reactions. It's great fun! You've thought of all of the details... nice business cards, framing ideas, great packaging and shipping, and great work!! Good job!! It's been a pleasure talking with you and receiving such nice work. Thanks so much. Connie

Kline's "State of the Arts" license plate has generated over ten million dollars for the arts in Florida.