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African Safari - Animal Stripe - 25" X 44" PANEL - DIGITAL PRINT

African Safari - Animal Stripe - 25" X 44" PANEL - DIGITAL PRINT
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Rich textures combined with the watercolor quality of this stripe creating an artistic and wonderfully creative composition that will appeal to anyone who loves Africa, wild animals of the savannah and safaris. Zebras, giraffes, lions and elephants set over a patterned ground are included in the main stripe. The textures in the background add to the essence of patterns we associate with tribal art. Digitally printed, 25" panel, wider stripes including the tops of the elephants are about 4 3/8", panels have 4 of the main stripes, from the 'African Safari' collection by Kathleen Francour for Spectrix.

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