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Box Canvas Print of Paul Ross

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ASINB001N6W8U0
Best Sellers Rank 2,777,833 in Kitchen & Home (See top 100)
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Date First Available18 Mar. 2010
  
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1,605 of 1,638 people found the following review helpful By Mr. M. P. Corner on 16 Sept. 2009
WOW

I've been looking for a 20 Inch Box Canvass of Paul Ross since my (completely inferior) 18 Inch Box Canvass of Paul Ross was damaged during a Barium Enema. Thankfully this Canvass really is excellent. The quality of print complements the sheer majesty of Paul's cherubic face.

For a while I considered mounting a large number of these on my ceiling to create a Paul Ross canvass ceiling but unfortunately I realised that this is what my wife would be staring at during our frenzied horizontal moments, and what kind of a man can compare to Paul Ross in the bedroom? "No-one" I hear you cry!

I've ordered four of these now:
One of them is above the fireplace and is naturally the pride of our entire home.
On the second canvass I've cut out the section where Paul's face is, and when I drive to pick up the kids I wear the canvass and pretend that I'm a famous celebrity dad, the kids simply love it.
The third is purely for recreational purposes, I've cut a whole where Paul's mouth would be because my wife has demanded that we French kiss through the hole (I want to point out that I wear the canvass for kissing, not her! Although I'd gladly turn for just one of Paul's tender mouth hugs.)
The fourth is a backup.

In summary - hot shot city is a particularly good track.
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1,392 of 1,429 people found the following review helpful By I. Aisthorpe on 11 April 2010
Yesterday I was a bed ridden, drug addled alcoholic with no hope, no future.
Then I bought this.
Now I'm a bed ridden, drug addled alcoholic with no hope, no future, but with a 20" Canvas of Paul Ross.
You just never know what lies around the corner.
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1,083 of 1,119 people found the following review helpful By Spike on 13 Dec. 2008
If you only buy one 20 inch canvas print of Paul Ross this year, this is the one to get.
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302 of 314 people found the following review helpful By Simon Batchelor on 16 Dec. 2008
My wife said she wanted "20 inches of pure pleasure" for Christmas. This gift ticks all the boxes.
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585 of 611 people found the following review helpful By Evo Von Himmel on 14 Jan. 2009
I recently purchased this poster, and while it's lifelike, well made and had a certain, portly charm to it, I have since found out that it's actually *cheaper* to hire Paul Ross to come over and stand against a wall, whenever you feel the need to look at him.
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809 of 846 people found the following review helpful By Fossickson Greeb-Streebling on 19 Dec. 2008
Don't buy this picture. It looks fine on the website, but the one they send you is upside-down. My wife hasn't stopped crying for a week.

Shoddy, Amazon. C-.
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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Jules O'Brien on 30 Jan. 2009
If ever there was a case of a modern piece of art challenging the great masters of the past, then this is it. Mirror Print Stores portrait of the great entertainer Jonathon, oops sorry I mean Paul, Ross combines the majesty of Michelangelo, the beauty of Botticelli and the panache of Picasso - all in one 20 inch canvas print available for the bargain price of £48.93.

There's a depth and a nuance to this image, a humanity. Within its richness is a simple yet profound accuracy, although that's probably because it's a photograph, but no matter.

Look at this picture, become mesmerised by it. Imagine Ross's face looming over you, protecting you. He is your guardian angel. Even when you are in the shower he is still there, looming over you, protecting you; he's breathing harder now, and grunting...he's getting all excited, grunting, and breathing hard, but you like it don't you? You love it! Naughty you! Naughty Paul Ross!
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By M J Hall on 6 May 2012
I hung my Paul Ross portrait above the fireplace. At first I was delighted with it then one night I noticed that he was changing beyond recognition.An exclamation of horror broke from my lips as I saw in the dim light the hideous face on the canvas grinning at me. There was something in its expression that filled me with disgust and loathing. Good heavens! it was Paul Ross' hideously altered face that I was looking at! The horror, whatever it was, had not yet entirely spoiled that marvellous beauty. There was still some gold in the thinning hair and some scarlet on the sensual mouth. The sodden eyes had kept something of the loveliness of their blue, the noble curves had not yet completely passed away from chiselled nostrils and from plastic throat. Yes, it was Paul himself. But who had done it? I seemed to recognize the garden furniture,. The idea was monstrous, yet I felt afraid. I seized a lighted candle, and held it to the picture. In the left-hand corner the garden wall was the same with his name, traced in long letters of bright vermilion.
It was some foul parody, some infamous ignoble satire.. Still, it was his picture. I knew it, and I felt as if my blood had changed in a moment from fire to sluggish ice. What did it mean? Why had it altered? I turned and looked at Paul Ross with the eyes of a sick man. My mouth twitched, and my parched tongue seemed unable to articulate. I passed my hand across my forehead. It was dank with clammy sweat.
I leaned against the mantelshelf, watching him with that strange expression that one sees on the faces of those who are absorbed in a play when some great artist is acting. There was neither real sorrow in it nor real joy. There was simply the passion of the spectator, with perhaps a flicker of triumph in his eyes.
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