A Matriarch is challenging something, which could theaten her calf. - Painting - Nature Art by Chris McClelland

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The Matriarch's Challenge - A Matriarch is challenging something, which could theaten her calf.  by Chris McClelland
  The Matriarch's Challenge  (2006)
Subject: A Matriarch is challenging something, which could theaten her calf.
Dimensions (inches): 61 x 78
Medium: Graphite Pencil
Description: Around a water hole, somewhere in Africa, a Matriarch is challenged by something aproaching her and she is protecting her calf at foot.
This original drawings has been sold. Limited Edtion prints still available
 
Original Available For Sale: No

Limited Edition Available: Yes
Details: This has been made into a Giclee print. It is the same size as the original drawing. The"Elegance" 310 gsm paper is 100% cotton rag, acid & ligned free & Ph neutral. The artwork will be signed & numbered our of 300 in the series and a certificate of authenticity is given with each print plus a history of Chris McClelland
Edition Size: 300
Price: $300.00 US

 
 
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This artwork is dedicated to: Painted Dog Conservation Organisation  


 
   

 
 
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