White Tiger Study


An oil study of a white Tiger. White Tigers (a leucistic colour mutation of Bengal and Siberian populations) are almost exclusively found in captivity as their bright coats give a distinct disadvantage in the wild. Tigers are an endangered species; there are estimated to be fewer than 4000 wild Tigers, with their main threat being the illegal wildlife trade. 50% profits from sales of prints will be donated to the WWF.

Dimensions of original: 8" x 8" inches 
Media used in original: Oil on board

50% of profits from print sales will be donated to the WWF.

Printed on Hahnemuhle Museum Photo Rag Satin 310 gsm cotton rag archival heavy weight paper.

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