Early Christian religion portrays the squirrel as stoical. An early manuscript features an image of a squirrel using its tail for shelter in a rainstorm. The inscription reads, "I shall endure and expect once again more favorable things however bad it is now, it won't be bad forever".
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.
I bought this because of its meaning, the colours are lovely and it’s great quality, I can’t wait to get it framed and hung
The print arrived promptly. Red Squirrel is a present for a friend, and I am sure she will love it. My only disappointment was that I could not see any explanation of what the picture represented, unlike on the cards, which have descriptions on the back.
Love the colors and the pose of the squirrel!
Who could resist this beautiful squirrel with acorns in his tail and berries on his haunches?