This is a print of my original work. I scan my drawings at home and print them in high-quality on glossy paper at 8×10 inches. Each print is then matted to 11×14 inches and is ready to pop into a standard picture frame and hung on a wall. All of my prints are shipped boarded and bagged with sustainable, recycled packaging that is attached to a foam board and shipped in a poly mailer. The watermark from the second image in this listing will NOT appear on your print and is only to protect my work from internet theft.
This Basset Hound looks up with soulful, sad eyes. She is illustrated with mixed media on a map of France.
The Basset Hound is a short-legged breed of dog in the hound family. The Basset is a scent hound that was originally bred for the purpose of hunting hare. Their sense of smell and ability to ground-scent is second only to the Bloodhound. Basset Hounds are one of six recognised “basset”-type breeds in France. The name basset is derived from the French word bas, meaning ‘low’, with the attenuating suffix -et—together meaning ‘rather low’. Basset Hounds are usually bicolours or tricolours of standard hound colouration.