© Red Fox Kit Study,
8" x 10". Original Acrylic Painting on Masonite has been Sold,
Limited Edition Giclée Print Available Below.
Red Fox Kit Study
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About Michael Pape Giclée Limited Edition Prints
Giclée is a state of the art digital technology that has made it possible to create a fine art print that is extremely difficult to distinguish from the original painting or drawing. Giclées are available on archival acid free watercolour paper and or canvas. Michael Pape Giclées use pigment longevity inks and have a lifetime warranty. Each limited edition giclée is numbered and hand-signed by the artist. Read More About What A Glicee Is.
Giclée - Regular Print Edition is a regular signed and numbered limited edition print, based off the artist proof.
Giclée - Artist Proof Print Edition is a signed and numbered limited edition print. An Artist Proof is the process of the artist manually matching the original painting colour to the limited edition giclée print colour. For example the pupil of an animal’s eye may be slightly darker on one Artist Proof than another. Each Artist Proof is slightly different in colour / different in color. An original if you will. Many artists charge a 20% premium because of this. Artist Proof Print Editions are usually limited to 10% (20 prints) of the Regular Print Edition (200 prints) for example. They are the most sought after limited edition by international art collectors.
Giclée - Conservation / Publisher Proof Print Edition are what charities offer for Fundraising.
Giclée Watercolour Paper Edition
Image size: 8" x 10" (inches)
Edition Size: 1000 Signed & Numbered
100 Artist Proofs
100 Conservation Proofs
100 Publisher Proofs
Comes with Premium Non Glare Glass.
Frame style may vary upon availability.
Framed Giclée Paper
The Red Fox is often regarded as sly, cunning, and devious but it is actually quite reserved, timid, and intelligent. Red Fox Pups are born from March through May. Litter size are from one to ten pups. They are blind at birth and their eyes start opening during their second week. A pair of foxes will often have more than one den in close proximity to each other so that, in case of danger, they are able to move quickly to safety. Other than for raising their young, red foxes seldom use dens. Even in the middle of winter, red foxes lie on the ground , wrapping their luxurious tails around themselves to keep warm. Source: Canadian Wildlife Federation