Aesop’s fable, ‘The Fox and the Crow’, illustrates how one ought to be wary of false flattery. A crow has a piece of cheese in her beak. “Good-day, Mistress Crow,” says the fox, “how well you are looking today, how glossy your feathers, how beautiful you are. I feel sure your voice must also be beautiful, let me here you sing.” The crow opens her beak to sing, drops the cheese and the fox eats it!
All prints are mounted and backed with white core polar ingress mount board (14 x 18 is unmounted, as it is shipped in a tube). Frame not included.
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