A family of Zebra's together as a storm approaches - Painting - Nature Art by Chris McClelland

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Wildlife drawings African/Australian animals with intricate detail
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Storm Over Broken Stripes - A family of Zebra's together as a storm approaches by Chris McClelland
  Storm Over Broken Stripes  (2005)
Subject: A family of Zebra's together as a storm approaches
Dimensions (centimeters): 30 x 42
Medium: Coloured Pencils
Description: A small herd of Burchell's Zebra (Equus burchellii) grouping together as a storm approaches in Zuger National Park, South Africa. It could be anywhere in Africa during the dry season awaiting the wet season.
Original Available For Sale: No

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

Edition Size: 300
Price: $300.00 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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