Lion Watercolour Print
£85.00 – £125.00
“Christian” the lion
Are you an animal lover like me? Look at these beautiful powerful creatures as they gaze into your soul? Longing for them to be free and wild and roam earths beauty. Do you have a longing to return to Africa or get close to nature again?
This lion watercolour print with it’s rich golds and browns, is part of a group of paintings. It was specially created to represent the U.K. in the 2019 Hangzhou Chinese Creative Expo . Currently the original watercolour sold to Funner Art, Beijing Mall, in China. Perhaps it is on showcase there, or indeed now in it’s home with another art collector.
Featuring “Christian the Lion” this giclee gallery print has been very carefully gallery reproduced from my original painting. Printed on archival heritage watercolour paper. I have loved creating this painting.
In addition, it is supplied with a white mount unframed with optional white frame.
The inspiration behind creating this beautiful lion watercolour image came about because of this trip. I had successfully been selected to go to Hangzhou Creative Expo 2019. This was a fully funded trip through Nottingham Town Council. I created a range of original paintings that I felt could be suitable for both a U.K. audience and a Chinese audience. I decided to name the painting "Christian" because of the story of the lion that was for sale in Harrods and roamed the streets of London. You can find out more about that story here
This image comes mounted and unframed.
- Large Square print 30cm x 30xm Optional Frame 50cm x 50cm
Please allow up to 14 days for delivery to mainland U.K. as all prints are printed to order in a gallery. It will be approximately 2-4 weeks in Europe and 4-6 weeks to rest of the world. However, if the item is perhaps a gift and required urgently, please get in touch and we will do our very best to deliver sooner.
Giclée is an extremely high-quality print often favoured by collectors, galleries and museums. Furthermore, a large number of inks are required for the printing process. This will allow for the image to be as close to the original as possible and fade-resistant, lasting a lifetime. However, for best results, it is always favourable not to place in direct sunlight as this will cause it to fade.