This beautiful signed limited edition wildlife print, entitled Cat on a Warm Rock, depicts an adult leopard gazing out towards the horizon while resting upon a rocky embankment, by South African wildlife artist Sue Dickinson.
Minimalist and elegant in design composition, concentrating exclusively on the animal, using empty white space to convey the open expanses of Africa.
The original artwork was a watercolour painting and shows the clear depth of Sue Dickinson’s artistic talent. Presented on a crisp white background, each limited edition artwork image is available in various sizes, as fine art canvas prints or fine art paper prints and is individually produced using the highest quality giclee printing method. Each fine art print is signed and numbered and is accompanied by a certificate of authenticity.
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Following the ever-growing popularity and collectability of Sue Dickinson’s original watercolour paintings, 26 of her best artworks have been hand-selected to form this exclusive Limited Edition Series. Honouring the delicate quality and refinement of each original painting and using only the very best modern technology and materials available, this image has been reproduced using the giclée (zhee-clay) method – the highest quality reproduction of an original available and archival for at least 150 years.
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Born: 1956 – KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa
Sue Dickinson studied B.A. (Fine Arts) at the University of the Witwatersrand from 1981-1983. After running her own graphic design studio, she elected to paint full-time in 1994. She became an "Associate Member" of the Watercolour Society of South Africa (AWSSA) in 1995.
Recently, Sue was awarded membership of the Society of Animal Artists (SAA). Sue's work appears on several South African postage stamps, including airmail tags commemorating the discovery of Thulamela, the world-famous archaeological site in the Kruger National Park. Her South African artwork is in private and corporate collections in South Africa, England, Germany, Italy, France, USA, Hong Kong, Brazil, Holland and Australia. Her optimism about all things African is celebrated in paintings such as "Days of Miracle and Wonder", which was a finalist in the Winsor & Newton Millennium Painting Competition.
Please contact us should you be interested in commissioning this artist.