This print is of a white tiger with black stripes and striking blue eyes. The background of this illustration is a map of India, where wild white tigers once came from. This print is on a matte art paper that will look beautiful for many years to come, and comes with a white mat that will fit in any 11×14 standard frame.
The white tiger is a pigmentation variant of the Bengal Tiger, and is reported from time to time in the wild in several Indian states, including Assam, Bihar, and Odisha. The last reported wild tiger was killed in 1958. Due to the popularity of white tigers, they are currently bred in large numbers in captivity to make money. Unfortunately, these tigers are inbred and often have birth defects, which made it difficult for me to decide to include them in this series. A portion of proceeds from the sale of this print will go toward Save Tigers Now to help rebuild wild tiger populations.
Perfect gift for the tiger lover! Comes shipped in an eco-friendly plastic bag made in a sustainable way, and with a recycled chipboard backing. Frame NOT included.
Looking for more Tiger art? Pair this print with the Siberian Tiger for a beautiful set!
Note that the watermark in the product image is not on the final print.