An Australian Eastern Quoll - Painting - Nature Art by Chris McClelland

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Eastern Quoll - An Australian Eastern Quoll by Chris McClelland
  Eastern Quoll  (2011)
Subject: An Australian Eastern Quoll
Dimensions (centimeters): 28 x 25
Medium: Graphite Pencil with a touch of coloured pencil
Description: A rare animal on the mainland of Australia and now mainly found in Tasmania.
This animal is cuter, smaller and softer looking than the common Tiger Quoll that occasionally killed our chickens at Kingsgate Station in the mountains of the eastern fall of Glen Innes.

Original Available For Sale: Yes
Price: $4,400.00 US

Limited Edition Available: Yes
Details: The Entrada 300gsm paper is 100% rag, acid and lignen free and
ph neutral. Along with the acid free coating on the paper ensures longevity and archivability.
The pigment inks are light fast to over 100 years and almost instant
drying, critical to the maintenance of colour.
The Giclee Limited Edition Print is signed and numbered by Chris with a Certificate of Authenticity

Edition Size: 300
Price: $188.00 US

Conservation Committment: 5% (Artist commits to donating the indicated portion of proceeds to conservation)
This artwork is dedicated to: Painted Dog Conservation Organisation  


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