TIGER - Panthera tigris

13x18cm, A4, 50x70cm

The largest of all cats, the sub-species of tigers are named according to their geographic location. The colour, shade and the pattern of their fur also differ in each habitat. The stripes are ment to camouflage them in the woods, resembling streaks of shadow. Once spread throughout Asia, now they are forced into small human-less spots mostly in the south-eastern corner of the continent, in devastatingly low numbers. There are far more tigers in captivity then free ones left in the wild. Their fame and beauty made them so vulnerable.

Signed, archival quality, giclée artprint based on a original hand drawing, on natural white Canson paper

made in Budapest, E.U.
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