"Highland Tiger" by Georgina McMaster

£299.00

Inspired by one of Scotland's most charismatic and threatened species, "Highland Tiger" by Georgina McMaster celebrates the poise and focus of the Scottish wildcat.

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Valentine Art Reproductions, in partnership with the Scottish Wildlife Trust, are offering strictly limited editions of three beautiful new Giclée wildlife prints specifically created for the Trust by renowned wildlife artist Georgina McMaster.

Inspired by one of Scotland's most charismatic and threatened species, "Highland Tiger" by Georgina McMaster celebrates the poise and focus of the Scottish wildcat.

Each print is signed and comes complete with Certificate of Authenticity. Sold as part of a worldwide limited collection of just 75, the Scottish Wildlife Trust receives 50% of all profits from sales, so your purchase will also benefit our work protecting wildlife across Scotland. Prices quoted include VAT and UK delivery.

All prints come double mounted using conservation mount board in a walnut wood frame. Framed size: 710x565mm.

Delivery is FREE within the UK. 

About the artwork

Georgina McMaster is an important Scottish contemporary artist, who uniquely examines an important aspect of our natural environment: the animals around us. In using a largely blank canvas as her background, she makes the animal her prominent significant subject and she uses careful compositional techniques to give and bring out the animal's personality and character and to make them real to us. Capturing the character and soul of the animal in their eyes and the softness of the fur or feather on the beast. For more information about Georgina, visit her website.

Valentine Art Reproductions specialise in high-quality reproductions of paintings. For more information visit their website.

Non-UK delivery

If you would like to discuss delivery outside the UK, please contact Valentine Art Reproductions on 01828 627 484 or email averil@valentineartreproductions.com

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