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Hovering Black Swan Art Print

Strokes of watercolor and gauche take flight

made by Betty Hatchett Designs

Hovering Black Swan Art Print

Strokes of watercolor and gauche take flight

$ 35

The details

In old world Europe, the idea of a black swan was used as a metaphor to describe that which is impossible. Because no one outside of Australia had ever seen one, all swans were presumed to be white by Europeans. But when Dutch explorer Willem de Vlamingh trekked across Western Australia and happened upon a flock of black swans, the impossible became possible and, indeed, had existed all along. These swans hover in possibility and hope, even against great odds. Originally rendered in strokes of watercolor and gauche, this art print creates a graphic composition of elegant black swans gathered around clusters of bright blooms. Flock to it.

– Black swan art print
– Archival print of an original watercolor and gauche painting
– Printed on acid-free paper with archival inks
– Frame not included
– 11" x 11"

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Betty Hatchett Designs

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Nature Painter

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Norwood, Cincinnati

$35