Brown Hares enjoying the spring sunshine. - Painting - Nature Art by Russ Heselden

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Wildlife in the landscape; oil, acrylic and mixed media
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Basking Hares, Hingham - Brown Hares enjoying the spring sunshine. by Russ Heselden
  Basking Hares, Hingham  (2014)
Subject: Brown Hares enjoying the spring sunshine.
Dimensions (inches): 20 x 16
Medium: Mixed media on canvasboard.
Description: Two Brown Hares soak up some late afternoon sunshine in the shelter of a spring hedgerow in Norfolk, England. These animals were regularly present in the same spot, allowing plenty of time to make sketches with the aid of a telescope. Just over a hundred years ago there were around four million Brown Hares in Britain. Since then their numbers have fallen to less than ten percent of this, largely as a result of habitat loss and changes in farming practices. As a result the Brown Hare is now a Priority Species under the UK Biodiversity Action Plan.
Original Available For Sale: No

Limited Edition Available: Yes
Details: Archive quality Giclee prints on Hahnemulle paper. Image size A3, plus a generous handling/framing margin. Supplied unmounted.
Edition Size: 25
Price: $95.00 US

Conservation Committment: 15% (Artist commits to donating the indicated portion of proceeds to conservation)
This artwork is dedicated to: Norfolk Wildlife Trust  


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