"Humans hunt giraffes for their hides and meat.
Giraffe tails are highly prized by many African cultures. The desire for good-luck bracelets, fly whisks, and thread for sewing or stringing beads have led people to kill the giraffe for its tail alone. Giraffes are easily killed, and poaching (now more often for their meat and hide) continues today." ( *AWF)
Material: Original painting, painted with enamel, acrylic, and mica on an unstretched and primed cotton canvas.
Canvas size: 40" x 52" (102 cm x 132 cm)
Stretchable size: approx. 36" x 48" (91 cm x 122 cm)
Colors: White, black, and gold
Painting arrives unstretched and rolled in a protected tube. Canvas retains shape and reforms to original/flat state, once stretched on a stretcher bar.
Painting displays beautifully stretched, either framed or unframed.
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