Part of Jane McCracken's exquisite series of works entitled 'In Homage to The Last Great Carnivores of Eurasia' this piece features a Royal Bengal Tiger bathing in a pool in the Ranthambore National Park, India. Albrecht Durer's 1496 drawing 'Landscape with a woodland pool' and Ivan Shishkin's painting 'The Forest of Countess Mordvinova' 1891 provide the inspiration for this wonderfully detailed multi-layered image. With layer upon layer of imagery this remarkable artwork provides an endless opportunity for reflection and admiration.
This work, as all the others in the series has been featured in a number of solo exhibitions and is the subject of considerable interest from Animal Conservation groups and collectors alike.
All of the pieces in this series were created on paper using just a ballpoint pen. It's amazing what a Bic can do when in the hands of someone as talented as Jane.
Note: This product is made to order within 3-4 weeks. Slight colour variations between pieces of this series are possible.
Material : Finest English Bone China, made in Stoke on Trent, England.
Size: 10" diameter
Edition Size: 200
Each piece is individually hand numbered and supplied in a presentation box with a postcard signed by the artist.