African White Rhino grazing on a hillside in Southeastern Ohio - Painting - Nature Art by David Rankin

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The Wilds Grand Opening Poster 1994 - African White Rhino grazing on a hillside in Southeastern Ohio by David Rankin
  The Wilds Grand Opening Poster 1994  (1994)
Subject: African White Rhino grazing on a hillside in Southeastern Ohio
Dimensions (inches): 20.5 x 34
Medium: Original: Watercolor & Gouache on Crescent #114 Board
Description: In 1994 David was commissioned to design & produce the commemorative Grand Opening Poster for 'The Wilds', down in Southeastern Ohio. The Wilds is an enormous track of land, some 19,000 acres, of rolling countryside in which a collaborative effort is underway to help breed, study, and protect certain endangered species.
Original Available For Sale: No

Limited Edition Available: Yes
Details: David has some of these original posters in his studio stock. They are printed on high quality poster stock and come signed by the artist. Shipped in a Poster Tube
Price: $45.00 US



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