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Prints, wall art, limited editions, art prints

James Barker print collection of vibrant illustrations with themes including, dinosaurs, natural history, nature, animal kingdom, insects, prehistoric, flamingos, alice in wonderland, London landmarks, botanical patterns, feathers, birds, history, folk tales, storytelling, pop culture.

All prints are printed on high-quality archival paper. Printed in the UK.

Why the Cheetah's Cheeks are Stained Print

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Why the Cheetah's Cheeks are Stained Print

18.00
  • Free UK delivery.

  • Dispatched within 2 working days.

  • International delivery available.

The story behind this print is based on an African Folk Tale of how a hunter once took the cub of a mother cheetah, and even though the cub was returned by a kind old man, the long weeping of the mother stained her face forever. 

This folksy print will make a great gift for animal lovers.

Printed in the UK on high-quality, acid-free GF Smith Mohawk archival 352gsm paper (FSC-certified) using environmentally friendly inks and a carbon neutral printing method.

  • Available in A4 21×29.7cm (8.27×11.69in).

  • All prints are carefully packaged in a protective sleeve and shipped in solid double-boarded envelopes.

  • The print is sold unframed.

  • Not sure about this item? See our return policy.

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  • Printed in the UK.

  • Printed on high-quality, acid-free GF Smith Mohawk archival 352gsm paper (FSC-certified) using environmentally-friendly inks and a carbon neutral printing method.

  • Expected to last 80-100 years in good environmental conditions away from direct sunlight.