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Wildlife drawings African/Australian animals with intricate detail
Mischief in Miniature - Baby elephant by Chris McClelland
  Mischief in Miniature  (2006)
Subject: Baby elephant
Dimensions (inches): 19 x 17
Medium: Graphite pencil
Description: We are always delighted when we come across family herds of elephants and time suddenly has little meaning. The antics of this baby elephant as it flopped down on an old termite mound under the watchful eye of its mother were consuming.

A scene we saw on Lake Kariba shoreline as an elephant herd nonchalantly fed on the mopane around us.

 
Original Available For Sale: Yes
Price: $6,500.00 US


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: $325.00 US

 
 
Conservation Committment: 10% (Artist commits to donating the indicated portion of proceeds to conservation)
 
This artwork is dedicated to: Painted Dog Conservation Organisation  


 
   

 
 
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