This is a print of the original painting. The original painting is in a private collection.
I am here with a public service announcement. If your rabbit doesn’t smoke, it will have a life expectancy of 9 years (or more). If you are thinking about buying a cute little bunny for Easter, there are some things you need to consider. They are complex psychologically. A rabbit is prey. You need to be careful where you pet him or her. If you grab him from his back legs, it will frighten the rabbit. This is not a good first pet for a small child. They live an average of 9 years. They live longer if they 1. don’t smoke 2. live indoors or 3. see their vet annually and when ill. So far this is sounding like a commitment you would make to a dog or cat. Pretty big decision. They like company. Two rabbits are happier than one. They like to chew. You will need to put the electrical cords out of reach and baby-proof the receptacles. This is my rabbit, who does smoke. Unfortunately, his life expectancy is 7.8 years. I have tried to reason with him, but like I said… complex. He is a fan of Van Gogh and decorated his house to immolate the famous painting. Hanging in the frame is a pair of rabbits in love. They do like a partner. He is suspicious. I think this might have something to do with his possible exploitation at Easter, as well as his unfortunate position in the food chain.