This piece was developed by Phil over several painstaking months. He wanted to create the finest hair lines and detail that he possibly could, which were created with specialist pastels sharpened to pin points every few minutes. The expression and the emotion from the eyes is truly captivating, and it is then that you begin to notice every strand of hair, every follicle lining the animals jaw.
Produced on museum quality acid free archival material, 100% fixed firm, this picture is supplied mounted in an archival acid free light textured off white mount and framed in a 3.5" dark textured wood frame.
Phil Daniels is a full time professional artist who works from his studio in north Norfolk, England. He is one of the UK's most prolific wildlife artists, but will also touch on landscapes, and is best known for the emotive and intimate portrayals of the animals he paints. Over the years Daniel has received international acclaim, with work featured in many private and public collections across the globe.
Size (actual images size): 17" x 16"
Size (with frame): 29" x 27"
This is an original artwork and will be supplied with a certificate of authenticity signed by the artist Phil Daniels.
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