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 symbolised the rewards of perseverance in long sieges or hard industry. -Wiki
Hand-drawn and water-colored sea serpent, 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