‘Boxing Hares’ by Deborah James


A Fine Art Limited edition print.
From an original watercolour painting
A3 size

1 in stock

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‘… and around a corner in a wildlife garden amongst the swaying grasses and trickling stream, there; surrounded by the delicate blooms of wild flowers two Hares, frozen in time….’

I painted this scene in watercolour at the RHS Chelsea 2011.

This iconic moment of two hares looked so full of life due to the beautiful bronze statue created by the talented sculptor Theo Gillick.

Grateful thanks to Theo and the wildlife garden experts who created this landscape.

Printed on quality acid free archive watercolour paper.

A numbered and signed certificate of Authenticity is included.

Posted in a sturdy cardboard roll for you to unfurl , mount and print.

This looks lovely in a broad white mount and white frame,  but the choice is yours. Have fun!

Cards available in my other products.


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  • Store Name: Deborah James Paintings and Calligraphy
  • Seller: Deborah James
  • Since 2005 I have been painting in an impressionist style, landscapes, waterscapes, gardens & rural scenes. I use the beautiful surroundings of my garden studio, in a little corner of East Northamptonshire as my inspiration. Areas of outstanding natural beauty are on my doorstep,including Rutland Water, the Cambridgeshire Fens, and the Norfolk coast. I also paint in Portugal, particularly the dramatic coastline, aquamarine seascapes & dappled, the sunshine filled citrus & olive groves. My artistic journey: 1970 's Art College : Graphic art and design 1978 - 2005 Calligraphy with illustration 2005 - present & continuing : Impressionist paintings Mediums: WATERCOLOURS . ACRYLICS . OILS . PASTEL. I use each of these mediums according to the subject, my mood or the location. Using pastels 'en plein air' is a wonderfully direct way to paint, especially on a windy day!
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