Lion (Hand Finished) By Dave White

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40.2 x 40.2
40.2 x 40.2
402565-F
limited edition
Giclee
50
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Lion (Hand Finished) By Dave White
Dave White
102 x 102
102cm x 102cm
402565-F
limited edition
50
‘Lion’ is a powerful limited edition giclee print by Dave White, with silkscreens and varnish, printed on Somerset Tub paper, and then hand finished by the artist in acrylic. This piece is signed and numbered by the artist and is from a limited edition of 50, but only the first 10 of this edition are hand finished.

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    ‘Lion’ is a powerful limited edition giclee print by Dave White, with silkscreens and varnish, printed on Somerset Tub paper, and then hand finished by the artist in acrylic. This piece is signed and numbered by the artist and is from a limited edition of 50, but only the first 10 of this edition are hand finished.

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    ‘Lion’ is a strong, and thought-provoking hand finished limited edition piece from Dave White’s Critical Collection. The inspiration for the piece came from the famous African Lion ‘Cecil’ who was hunted and killed by American Dentist Walter Palmer and subsequently caused outrage worldwide. Layering gorgeous browns and purples over the more traditional yellows and oranges creates an incredible depth to the coat of this proud lion. This piece has then been hand finished with acrylic paint, making each one unique. Printed on Somerset Velvet paper, this complete silkscreen is from an edition of 50, but only the first 10 in this edition are hand finished. This print is signed and numbered by the artist.
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    Lion (Hand Finished) By Dave White
    Dave White
    102 x 102
    102cm x 102cm
    402565-F
    limited edition
    50

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