The Insular Celts have stories involving supernatural deer, deer who are associated with a spiritual figure and spirits or deities who may take the form of deer.
In some Scottish and Irish tales deer are seen as "fairy cattle" and are herded and milked by otherworldly woman, who can shape-shift into the form of a red or white deer. In the West Highlands, this woman of the otherworld selects the individual deer who will be slain in the next day's hunt.
These prints are printed edge to edge (no white edge), which means you can easily put them in frame of your liking. If you need specific scale or frame, just let us know we happy to arrange it for you, contact us.
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For this collection, we are using canvas medium made from poly-cotton, with great canvas texture, from Hahnemühle Fine Art line for the best archiving quality and durability up to 200 years.
Prints are carefully rolled, and shipped in kraft tube boxes.