A portrait of an English Longhorn bull. This rare breed was developed in the 1700s, used as a draught animal, its milk for butter and cheese, and its horns for all manner of things such as cutlery, cups and lamps. These days they can be found across the country and beyond, particularly popular in conservation grazing and rewilding projects.

Media used in original: Oil on canvas

Dimensions of original: 16x16 inches (40x40cm).

Printed on Hahnemuhle Museum Etching 350 gsm cotton rag archival heavy weight paper.

This art can also be printed on canvas, please ask.

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