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The leopard, who "does not change his spots", has been used as a symbol of strength and individuality as far back as the 16th century and by such writers as William Shakespeare and Ivy Compton-Burnett. Here, the unique and majestic animal has been beautifully captured by wildlife photographer and autism activist Alfie Bowen, who's own experience of bullying and isolation before discovering his strength in photography has been retold on BBC Earth, in a feature-length documentary and in his upcoming September 2021 book.
Bold and unapologetic, the bright eyes and fur of the leopard stand out with a timeless elegance in this hand-signed giclée print on 300gsm museum paper. Mounted and framed in black painted pine and spruce, the monochromatic colours of this piece create a "stronger emotional impact" and will make the perfect addition to a wide range of home styles. You can even combine this dazzling artwork with the others in Alfie's collection Call of the Wild.
Edition size: 195
Subjects: Animals, Wildlife
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