Girl with the Frog Umbrella - Print

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The first known collapsible umbrella dates back to the year 21 AD when Wang Mang, Emperor of the Xin Dynasty, had one designed for a ceremonial four-wheeled carriage.

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.

Girl in the rain with a Japanese print style umbrella, You can see this painting in progress on Daniel's Blog, here..

Copyright © 2014 Daniel Mackie All Rights Reserved.

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Category: Rain, Water Animals

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Jenny Murphy

Purchased this and several other items. They are making wonderful gifts. Each recipient has been delighted. Appreciate how nicely packaged as well.

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Jenny Murphy

Purchased this and several other items. They are making wonderful gifts. Each recipient has been delighted. Appreciate how nicely packaged as well.

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Norma McDonald
Girl with the Frog Umbrella print

I just love this. The duck handle, the frog's eyes on the umbrella, the colours - wonderful. Such a great concept. I have purchased several prints and I love them. I live in Australia.