Ivory Hunter II
by Michael Sieve
450 Piece Signed & Numbered
Limited Edition Lithograph on Paper
It would take nerves of steel to stand your ground as a bull elephant charges. Imagine if there were two. Look to the right in the tree, you'll see just the tusks and trunk of the second elephant. This depiction of professional ivory hunters from the late 1890s, considered the glory days of elephant hunting, is inspired by actual experiences in the field and developed through extensive research on the natural history of the area and the species. Michael Sieve uses both photographs and specimens in his research for a painting.
Sieve is an avid sportsman and recognized wildlife and big game artist. His original paintings can be found in collections throughout the world and have been featured in most of America's finest wildlife and nature publications.
Reproduced in a limited edition of 450 lithograph prints on heavy, museum quality acid-free paper, the image size is 20" x 32". The distressed walnut frame measures 30-1/2" x 42-1/2". Glass covered double mat with tan suede outer mat and brass nameplate. Includes a Certificate of Authenticity.
Oversize shipping is an additional $15.00. 48 states only. Please allow 2 to 3 weeks for delivery. Sorry, no rush shipping.