The Bald Eagle has long been revered by native North American cultures and became the national emblem of the United States in 1782. Once abundant in the skies, the Bald Eagle was nearly hunted to extinction; but thanks to conservation efforts, this raptor has flourished.
Mean Green fans show your University of North Texas pride with this white and green version of my Eagle linocut. Also available in white on black paper.
Note: Block printing is a type of printmaking in which the block is hand carved, rolled with ink, and then hand pressed. Due to the handmade nature of this product, texture may vary from photo as each print produces a unique texture. Frame not included.
- Single, 8”x10”, oil-based, original block print
- Printed on Gum Drop Green paper
- Acid free paper
- Comes with a backing board
- Fits an 8”x10” frame without a mat, or an 11”x14” frame with an 8”x10” mat
- Frame not included
- All prints are packed in a clear cellophane sleeve for added protection.
- Print is shipped in a sturdy cardboard mailer.
- I keep a small stock on hand so odds are your print is ready to go!
- Larger orders may require an extra day or two for me to print.