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North American Wildlife 3 - Menagerie - Black - 24" x 44" PANEL

North American Wildlife 3 - Menagerie - Black - 24" x 44" PANEL
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Nature lovers, this is possibly one of the most beautiful panels we've seen representing the spirited wild animals we see in North America. Filled with atmospheric colors and depicted with stained glass clarity, two rows of four frames depict deer, moose, foxes, elk, owls, raccoons, wolves, bear and owls set into wilderness scenery. Exquisitely rendered, this panel is something special. 24" panel, frames are about 11", panels have 8 frames, from the 'North American Wildlife 3' collection by Jody Bergsma, licensed by MGL for Robert Kaufman Fabrics.

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