PRICE INCLUDES 20% DONATION TO SAVE THE RHINO INTERNATIONAL
Wildlife crime—in this case, poaching and black-market trafficking of rhino horn—continues to plague the species and threaten its recovery.
Habitat loss is the other major threat to rhino populations. As more and more land is cleared for agriculture there is less available space for rhino to thrive in. Rhino need a large area in which to feed and roam. If rhino populations end up fragmented, with no safe ‘corridors’ to travel through, chances of successful breeding and recovery will further decline.
Rhinos are also an important source of income from ecotourism.
- Painted in acrylic, graphite and liquid graphite on 640gsm Fabriano Artistico paper.
- A4 size 21cm x 29cm
- Signed by the artist
RETURNS & INFO POLICY
If you are not totally delighted with your artwork please contact me within 7 days for return and refund.
Your painting will be dispatched flat in a strong cardboard envelope and sent by Royal Mail next day delivery.