This is a signed print of a pencil & watercolour drawing of a beautiful fox having a snooze in the day-time at the bottom of the garden. The drawing is titled ‘The Fox and the Good Dream’. I like to imagine what a good dream would consist of for a fox – perhaps blackerberry bushes, tumbling play, starry nights and chicken dinners? Foxes in the UK have adapted well to the spread of human towns and cities. The glint of an eye and the flick of a fluffy tail are often seen in the evenings on residential streets. The urban fox lets her young play in our gardens, and sometimes you might even see a fox taking a nap. It’s wonderful to have such beautiful creatures share their spaces with us.
This contented fox print would make a lovely addition to your home. It would also make a great present for a nature lover.
You have three size options:
- A little postcard sized mounted print which will fit an 8″ x 10″ frame. The mount is ice white in colour and would look lovely in a plain black or dark wood frame. This size of print is ready to gift, to frame, and to display. It comes in a cellophane envelope to keep it clean and safe.
- An A5 sized print with no mount. That’s roughly 5.8 x 8.3 inches in size (or 148mm x 210mm). Perfect if you want to choose your own mount and frame.
- A larger A4 sized print with no mount. That’s around 8.3 x 11.7 inches (or 210 x 290mm).
This print is landscape in orientation.
It will be packaged carefully in a protective envelope to keep it flat for transit.
You can also purchase the sleeping fox as a blank card in our shop.
ABOUT OUR PRINTS
The print is digitally printed on lovely 210gsm archival paper. We use special pigment inks to ensure there is no fading over time.
The art prints are all drawn, scanned, printed & hand assembled in my studio in the Scottish Borders. The original drawings are done in pencil & watercolour. The drawings are inspired by the rich variety of the British countryside. We believe it is important that people feel connected with the fields, hedgerows and woodlands around them. Only by loving and enjoying the countryside can we learn to care for it.