Original drawing of ‘Cernunnos', a red deer stag in his prime.
Red deer are a native species having migrated to Britain from Europe 11,000 years ago, and are the largest land mammal in the UK with a males (stags) standing 107-137cm at the shoulder and weighing 90-190kg.
Cernunnos is a name commonly used in Celtological literature as describing a horned or antlered god, and scholars often describe Cernunnos as the "Lord of Wild Things".
Drawn in artist quality graphite pencil, on acid free 165gsm textured paper. This original piece is 11x16”.
This original drawing is professionally framed and mounted in an acid free mount.
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