The Admiral

$9.99 $29.99

The Admiral

$9.99 $29.99
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How It Works:

  1. Place your order
  2. Send 2-3 photos of your pet with your order number to pictures@portraitofpet.com
  3. You will receive a preview of the portrait by email. You can ask for unlimited revisions and 100% refund if you don't like the preview.

Description:

If you were a Captain of the Royal Navy, who would you choose as your second-in-command, your Admiral?

If this question suddenly inspires images of your beloved Labrador or, perhaps, your Calico cat in your mind, then know that you are not alone. For many, their pets are their better halves, their knights in shining armors who save them from the many miseries of the world.

If you happen to be one such dog lover, then this piece of medieval art would make the perfect gift for your pug. This decorative piece of commissioned pet art would undoubtedly be a source of great joy for your royal best friend, and you would often find him wagging his tail appreciatively at this self-portrait. And, of course, the joy expressed by your loyal companion would be a heart-warming display for you to witness.

This renaissance-styled pet portrait would also serve as a reassuring part of dog memorial for all those struggling with their pet’s passing. If you are someone looking for a way to honor your departed pet’s life, then this is the perfect way to immortalize them in your memory forever.   Hanging next to the precious Dachshund urn, this thoughtful dog oil painting would be an honorable symbol of the happiness that the treasured individual brought to life, a gentle reminder of their presence and a noble acknowledgement of their worth.

Available in five different sizes, and customized to perfectly fit your darling’s image, The Admiral will stand as a testament of your love for your pet, while also lending an aesthetic touch to any room you choose to place it in.

If you are a grateful pet parent or know someone who lives and dies for their pet, then this is the only art piece you will ever need. After all, what worth is a Captain without his Admiral?