Wolf, Bow & Arrow Heraldic Art Print
The wolf has been widely used in many forms in heraldry during the Middle Ages. Though commonly reviled as a livestock predator and man-eater, the wolf was also considered a noble and courageous animal, and frequently appeared on the Arms and crests of numerous noble families. It typically symbolized the rewards of perseverance in long sieges or hard industry. -Wiki
Hand-drawn and water-colored, inspired by the English Heraldic emblems on coats of arms of lords and nobles.
Designed and printed by Brent Houston. Each print is signed and editioned. Printed on acid-free, archival paper. Shipped flat with hard backing.
-Giclee printed on archival paper
-Sizes: 8 x 10 inches
-Frame not included