In Aesop's Fable, The Frogs That Desired a King, the frogs get a lesson in Liberty. The frogs ask the king of the gods, Zeus for a king, he gives them a log. The frogs leap on the log and make fun of it. They ask Zeus again for a "real king", Zeus sends them a water snake who promptly starts eating the frogs. They appeal to Zeus, but he says they must live with the consequences of their request.
Reproduced from Daniel Mackie's watercolour painting, this print is printed on somerset velvet 225gsm fine art paper.
Shipped in a tube. Frame not included. Signed by the artist.
Copyright © 2014 Daniel Mackie All Rights Reserved.
Love the print it’s beautiful and fun to look at.
Absolutely love this print! Bought it as a gift for my mum who also adores it! Really happy with my purchase! Thank you!
Mr Frog now brightens a small downstairs rest room. Always receive a positive comment. Great print Great Value and a part of my ever increasing DM Collection . Highly recommend .