Hare in a Meadow - Print

MP080


In Aesop’s fable, ‘The Hare, the Hound and the Goatherd’, a dog gives chase to a hare, but upon failing to catch him the goatherd laughs at him. The dog, once he has his breath back, tells the goatherd, “I was merely running for my dinner but he was running for his life”.

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 © 2016 Daniel Mackie All Rights Reserved.

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Category: Hare, Meadow

Customer Reviews

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Neil Morris
Hare

Lovely print , still waiting on the other 2.

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Jillian Berry
Hare in a meadow

Really nice. It is for a birthday present for my daughter and I'm sure she will love it. Thanks!

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Chrisitne Barnes
Hare print

Fabulous print of botanical hare - I almost kept it for myself but was the perfect gift

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Louise Davies
I treat to see

Just the perfect pic for my sister in law who loves a countryside view!

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Pauline White
Hare in meadown

Very pleased