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Goat Hand Towel featuring the painting Somebody Got Your Goat? by Eloise Schneider

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Somebody Got Your Goat? Hand Towel

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Decorate your bathroom and dry yourself off with our luxuriously soft bath towels and hand towels.   Our towels are made from brushed microfiber with a 100% cotton back for extra absorption.   The top of the towel has the image printed on it, and the back is white cotton.   Available in three different sizes: hand towel, bath towel, and bath sheet.

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Machine wash cold and tumble dry with low heat.

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1 - 2 business days

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Atlanta, GA

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Very cute!! So whimsical and colorful! v abd tw

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Love it

I'm a huge fan of 'Fun' art, but I'm aware that it takes serious time to create it! Great image, Eloise. F

Eloise Schneider replied:

Thank you, Natalie!! I love how you summed it up - and it is so true: fun art with serious investment!

Recently the H2 channel had an episode of American slang which included "get you goat". It traced the expression to horse racing. Goats, being calm and sedate farm animals, were kept with race horses as "friends" to keep the horses from becoming agitated prior to races. Competitors would steal other horses' goats to make them unruly and hard for the jockeys to get under control.

Eloise Schneider replied:

I love it! thanks for sharing. I am thinking also of a friend who has an Arabian. She keeps a donkey in the stall next to the Arabian who is named "Buddy." Must be the same principle!!

Thank you so much for the feature in the group Mixed Media Collage!

Thank you so much Rebecca for the feature in the group Contemporary.

Thanks, Ron!

Thank you so much for the feature in the group AAA Images! :>)

Why thank you, Carol!

A goat like none other!

This is so gloriously fun! Love the colors and the patterns and the comic expression on this goat's face! Nice job.

Eloise Schneider replied:

Thank you so much, Melinda!

You're only too welcome.

Thank you so much Jim for the feature in WHAT question mark!

That's a fun picture!

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Hand Towel Reviews (69)

Average Rating (4.86 Stars):

June 23rd, 2018

Love the image, but not the fabric. Does not absorb moisture well.

June 23rd, 2018

Love the image, but not the fabric. Does not absorb moisture well.

June 16th, 2018

Very nice little towel, fits perfectly in our Japanese theme bathroom.

June 11th, 2018

Extremely poor quality, complete rip off as picture disappeared after the first wash. The wash was a cool programme for delicates and the towel was washed on its own. I won't ever order from them again

June 3rd, 2018

The towels are beautiful! Thank you

May 27th, 2018

Have been using it nonstop since getting it. Superb quality and very nice print

Artist's Description

Have you ever heard someone ask, "Did they get your goat?" It doesn't mean that a person literally and physically took a live goat from you. It's an expression that means somebody upset you. In fact, the word "goat" is a slang for 'anger' or 'unsettled' or 'upset.' An old story talks about a race horse that could sense his owner's tenseness just before the race. To calm down the horse, the jockey put a goat in the stall as a companion. The horse did indeed calm down and as a result, won the race. This became a pattern - the goat calmed the horse and the horse won the race. Unfortunately, those who wished the horse to lose removed the goat before a race. The horse was more than upset at the fact that his goat was missing and lost the race. Hence, it was bad if someone "got your goat." .............................................................................................................................. A real goat is called a Capra a...

About Eloise Schneider

Eloise Schneider

The work of Eloise Schneider includes paintings, prints, giclees, and canvas prints that have the classic beauty and style of antiques. Her work has been adopted by designers from Wayfair and Hayneedle and she is represented by the Louis Leonard Gallery in Maryland. Eloise's impressionist paintings and prints on canvas include landscapes from the Georgia, Texas, Wisconsin, and Alabama countryside. She also paints on old wood, combining history with art, as she incorporates antique jewelry, tools, hats, musical instruments or frames into her creations. Eloise has been featured in Lee Magazine and Sunshine Artist Magazine as well as in newspapers and on television and has won numerous awards. Eloise accepts commissions where she designs...

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