Bring some seasonal fun -- or global curiosity -- to your walls with this glorious print. Eloquently reproducted from Voyage Dans l'Amérique Méridionale -- Travels to South America -- this wonderful work sought to educate the world on the beauties and wonder of the South American ecosystem, and was printed in 1847 and edited by Dessalines d' Orbigny. This image depicts the Mexican free-tailed bat or Tadarida brasiliensis.
This vivid work has been carefully scanned and lovingly retouched to ensure the highest quality reproduction possible. Next, it is digitally printed on sustainably produced 100% cotton fiber archival paper. Printed in an Austin, Texas studio.
Features a removable magnetic hanger. Frame set includes 4 sticks, 2 clamping the top of paper and two clamping the bottom. Neodymium magnets are embedded, keeping the art damage-free. Frame set comes with suede hanger attached.
Cotton archival paper. 8" x 10".