Tiger is out! And you won’t find it easy to resist his droll voice as he tells the story of his early childhood adventures in Rome, Italy, with his American-Costa Rican family. Available on Amazon.
“What a sweet read! With swell illustrations! Tiger is a cat who thinks he’s a person, and whose people think he must have been a dog in a prior life. He lives with an American family in Rome. As he learns, we learn—about fleas, manners, secrets, holidays, surviving the vet, the vagaries of air travel, besting a fox… and cross-species love, of course.”
—Judy Palumbaum, journalist
“Use your kids, grandkids, neighbors’ kids, or the kid in you, as an excuse to read this wonderful book aloud. You’ll never look at cats the same way again! Enjoy!”
—Diane MacEachern, author
“Cat lovers will delight in meandering through Tiger’s “autobiography” as he recounts the adventures of his youth as the mischievous, much-indulged, and much-adored pet of a multigenerational and multicultural family residing in Rome.”
Do you love Winslow Homer?
In 2019, Charles Fine Arts of Gloucester, MA, commissioned a show of contemporary artists in the style of Winslow Homer. It was such a stunning exhibition that we collected it in a beautiful, souvenir volume. This small treasure includes essays by art historian Judith A. Curtis and impressionist painter Geoffrey Teale Chalmers. Available from Amazon or Charles Fine Arts: ISBN 978-0-578-60290.
“It is a special joy to see the many ways in which Winslow Homer’s oil paintings and watercolors continue to inspire artists today. Charles Fine Arts has assembled a varied collection of recently completed paintings that reflect the wide spectrum of light and color, and quintessential subjects set in bold compositions, seen in Homer’s work. These artists and their farsighted gallery are contributing to the cultural life of Gloucester today, and I share with many in wishing them congratulations and thanks.”
—William R. Cross, guest curator and author, Homer at the Beach: A Marine Painter’s Journey, 1869–1880, Cape Ann Museum