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World Of White - Mountain Goats By Rod Frederick

World of White - Mountain Goats by Rod Frederick

Mountain goats are not goats but rather antelopes that have a thick white coat and slightly curved black horns giving them a goat-like appearance. These keen-eyed, sure-footed animals travel their vertical world unchallenged by predators. Even humans avoid the sheer precipices they inhabit.

Although mountain goats make some seasonal migrations, their movements more often follow weather patterns. Rain, which soaks their heavy coats, will send them to higher altitudes where snow is the main precipitations.

Mountain goats live in an up-and-down world that lends itself to the triptych form. "World of White" has a light, airy feeling, an Oriental quality blended with a North American subject. These mountain goats traverse cliffs and crags that are covered by the winter's first heavy snow. They are moving to an even higher, more precarious promontory where the wind has blown the snow off the mosses, lichens and grasses on which they forage.

World of White - Mountain Goats by Rod Frederick is available as a Signed And Numbered Limited Edition set of three Prints for sale. The prints have a 4-3/8 x 23-7/8 Image Size and is priced at $95. LOW INVENTORY!! It is in mint condition and has never been framed. Wildlife Artist Rod Frederick art prints on sale framed any way you want or unframed. Order your print today. All prints are professionally boxed and insured and guaranteed to arrive in mint condition. Wildlife Artist Rod Frederick painted several Mountain Goats on the edge of some mountains in Art Prints for sale. Mountain Goats and Wildlife in Artwork on sale painted by Wildlife Artist Rod Frederick. All prints have been hand signed by the artist. This Print was published in 1988.

Types Dimensions Edition Size Price Cart
Signed And Numbered Limited Edition set of three Prints 3-3/4 x 12-3/4 Each Image Size 2500 $95.00

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