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Raccoon Found Treasure Coffee Mug featuring the painting Raccoon Found Treasure by Frank Wilson

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Raccoon Found Treasure Coffee Mug

Frank Wilson

by Frank Wilson



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R(134) G(122) B(111)

Product Details

Our ceramic coffee mugs are available in two sizes: 11 oz. and 15 oz. Each mug is dishwasher and microwave safe.

Design Details

The original has sold but prints are available. The original of this painting was exhibited by invitation in the New York State Museum's South Hall... more


11 oz.

Ships Within

5 - 7 business days

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Coffee Mug Tags

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Painting Tags

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Comments (28)

Jerry Fornarotto

Jerry Fornarotto

Very nice, LF!

Robert Corsetti

Robert Corsetti

very well done.

Marty Morales

Marty Morales

Congrats! on your sale.

Diana Angstadt

Diana Angstadt

Congrats on your sale! Truly amazing

Phyllis Kaltenbach

Phyllis Kaltenbach

I love this beautiful Painting and the wonderful thought behind it, Frank! V/L

Lee Nixon

Lee Nixon

Congratulations Frank! Wonderful work! A favorite!

Jim Cook

Jim Cook

Tells a story! Congratulations on being selected for special feature in "Old Masters" and your previous accomplishments with this wonderful painting. L,F,Pin

Marian Voicu

Marian Voicu

Amazing work! L/F

Yuri Lev

Yuri Lev

I like this little fantasy vignette of what might go on in the wilderness. F/L/P

Susan Brown    Slizys art signature name

Susan Brown Slizys art signature name

Frank, Congratulations and this work is really a jewel. I love the story behind the painting too. FAVL

Danielle  Parent

Danielle Parent

Exellent details and textures..move over Robert Bateman! Voted Fav.

Jennie Marie Schell

Jennie Marie Schell

Wonderful painting! V

Variance Collections

Variance Collections

superb realistic piece! love all the details and soft color palette

Beth Edwards

Beth Edwards

HIGHLY COMMENDED in the 'Our 4 Legged Friends' contest here on FAA

Sharon Mau

Sharon Mau

. . Aloha Frank . . I enjoy your description very much . . congratulations on your exhibition by invitation in the New York State Museum gallery . it is wonderful . . This is so beautiful . . splendid realism . love the many fine details and wonderful natural colours . . . . you are featured in :: Dimensions ::

Bonnie Heather

Bonnie Heather

I really like this painting. Tells a great story.

Dina  Holland

Dina Holland

This is just beautiful - I love this raccoon! Looks like she did find a treasure ...

Mel Steinhauer

Mel Steinhauer

So many details and such a beautiful painting. Congratulations on your sale !

Sharon Mau

Sharon Mau

Aloha Frank, this is a very beautiful painting. Congratulations on your wonderful sale and FAA homepage feature :))

Denis Hmylnin

Denis Hmylnin

Perfectli! The present Painting!!!

Toni  Thorne

Toni Thorne

Your work is very nice, I like the realistic quality of your paintings.

Linda Mungerson

Linda Mungerson

You are just one of the best!!!!!

Artist's Description

The original has sold but prints are available. The original of this painting was exhibited by invitation in the New York State Museum's South Hall Gallery in Albany, New York. This painting was made with dozens of thin, transparent layers of oil color over a carefully rendered master drawing.

The setting is an actual place, a ledge that I used to rest on while climbing the 350 feet cliffs on the south face of Owl's Head Mountain in Groton State Forest, Vermont. While there I found the nest, some broken eggs and evidence of a raccoon. It had been very windy th evening before and the nest may have blown out of the birch tree. Piecing together the puzzle led to this painting.

About Frank Wilson

Frank Wilson

Member of the International Guild Of Realism. Inducted into the Grumbacher Artist Hall Of Fame. ARTIST STATEMENT 'My aim is to provide the visual stimulus to reconnect with nature, to renew body, mind and spirit through the imagery that I capture of the natural world with brushes and paint and through my camera lens. I hope that you find an image in my collections that will enhance your life." ABOUT THE ARTIST ~ FRANK WILSON As far back as my memory serves me, I was a creative. My family says I was born with a crayon in my mouth. Drawing, building things, making pictures with crayons were an everyday staple in my early childhood. While hospitalized in the eighth grade for some respiratory problems, an Aunt gave me a...