Giclée print by David Elliot
David’s inspiration for this picture has two sources. Firstly, he has always admired the art of Leonardo da vinci, one of the greatest painters of all time. Da vinci’s Allegory of Boat, Wolf, and Eagle is clearly evident in David’s drawing.
The second source of inspiration was a bear exhibition and fund-raiser held in Dunedin in 2000. New Zealand illustrators were asked to donate a bear artwork to raise money to support rescued bears. This drawing by David was one of 34 artworks which together raised over $14,000 for WSPA (now World Animal Protection).
- Print size: 200 mm x 220 mm; 8 inches x 8.6 inches
- Framed: no
Image also available as a card and canvas print
A Giclée (zhee-KLAY) is a superb-quality copy of an artwork or photograph. It is made using high-end 8-to-12 colour inkjet printing techniques coupled with the use of pigment inks, archival inks which maintain image stability and colour permanence better than all other known inks.
The image is also available as a card and canvas print