Blue Hare - Print

MP098


Why are hares associated with the moon? Hares are fundamentally nocturnal. Nighttime was once a very dangerous place and the moon was once believed to actually cause madness (hence luna / lunacy). Knowing that the hare regularly went about its business under a mania-inducing moon, it was assumed that this was the cause for their ‘madness’ during spring. The mad March hare was indeed seen as ‘moon-struck’.⁣

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.

hite core polar ingress mount board (14 x 18 is unmounted, as it is shipped in a tube). Frame not included.

Copyright © 2017 Daniel Mackie All Rights Reserved.

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Category: Hare, Woodland Animals

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Peggy Chaudhry
Majestically blue

Simply lovely --

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Sallie Tams
A firm favourite

There’s a touch of magic about this hare created by the fabulous detail and wonderful colours.

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Mary-Anne Geary
Exquisite artwork beautifully reproduced

I love this hare with the birds in the tress and the cosy cottage on the hill.