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Highland Fling Framed Canvas

£135.00
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"Highland cows have so much character to get into, all that mad shaggy hair and huge horns; there's something irresistible about them. If you're charmed by this highland cow canvas, she'll make an exciting addition to your home. Contrary to popular belief, highland cows are so-named not because of their Scottish heritage, but because of their love and dexterity in dancing the Highland Fling. Miriam here won Gold in the 2015 dance championships. It was her unusual combination of asymmetric grand kick-ball change into a perfect pirouette that caught the judge's eye."

It’s not often I bring part of an animal’s anatomy into a description, but I can honestly say these framed canvases are the dog’s b@//*#ks! - they are absolutely stunning; the nearest thing I can offer to an original painting. The top-quality canvas nestles perfectly within this contemporary black frame, with a small 5mm gap to create a floating border. I honestly couldn’t be happier with them!

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Lovely print

Beautiful print and quality frame. Unfortunately it's not in situ yet as I'm saving it for when I move into my new property, but I'm very much looking forwards to putting it up.

We love Percy, he makes us all smile!

Brilliant service and easy to hang. Perry is gorgeous, and sits on the wall peaking out at the birds, like he's poised ready for action. He brings a smile to our faces, thankyou.

Great Finishing touch to dinning room

We have loved her ever since we saw her on the wall at Another Place. Finally bought our house and sorted the dinning room out and she finishes it of excellently.

Thank you.

Barnaby

Thank you for Barnaby he has taken pride of place in our dining room. We absolutely love Barnaby and thank you for the efficient, quick service.

Teenage Love

Wow, I have never seen a grumpy teenager smile so much as when he opened this for his 18th birthday. He really loves this style of art and is so pleased that finally he has his first piece to kickstart his collection over the coming years. Having had a Westie who was a real character, he loves this interpretation of this breed and even enjoyed the accompanying story of Teddy which adds to the piece. The vibrant colours will go with any background and will make a centre piece of any room. Shame that it will be in a teenagers room, but hey, at least we will get to see it at least once a year.