Seahorse - Print

MP037


Seahorse comes from the ancient greek, Hippocampus.“Hippo” which means horse and ”kampos”, which means sea monster. Interestingly, part of the human brain is called the hippocampus, named so because of its resemblance to a seahorse. It is located under the cerebral cortex and is responsible for long and short term memory.

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.

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Category: Seahorse, Water Animals

Customer Reviews

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Liz Ames
Beautiful seahorse

Lovely image & quality

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Stefanie Ulrich
Love the colours

Delivery was super fast and the seahorse looks even better in person..this will not be my last order!

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NATASHA SWANSON
Perfect for an 'underwater bedroom'

My 10 yr. old daughter has an underwater themed bedroom, and this picture goes beautifully as it's fun as well as attractive - as all of Daniel's work is!

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Jane Thompson
Seahorse print

Although the first print was damaged, you replaced it very quickly. Thank you for the quick response.