Rudolph

The reindeer that live in Iceland were originally imported here from Finnmark in Norway in the year 1787. They now only inhabit the east fjords of Iceland and live in the highlands around there. Reindeer, just as the fox, thrive in cold climates and therefor this “frozen” island so far in the north suits them perfectly. They are beautiful and graceful herding animals and often great herds can be spotted in Fagridalur (beautiful valley) and even sometimes down by some of the small towns in the east fjords. Every year, around 1000 reindeers are hunted and their meat is considered a great delicacy. Their hide is also used for all kinds of clothing, mostly sold to tourists. The reindeer’s most known act is flying Santa Clause’s sleigh and Rudolf is without a doubt one of the most famous animal for his role there.


hreindyr
80×80 cm(31,5 x 31,5 inc)

The image is reproduced on artist’s canvas (giclée prints) and delivered rolled in paper tube, ensuring its preservation for transportation.
The artist paints in every print, which makes each picture unique.
Signed and numbered edition of 100.

Price, €1.250

hreindyr
40×40 cm (15,7 x 15,7 inc)

The image is reproduced on artist’s canvas (giclée prints) and delivered rolled in paper tube, ensuring its preservation for transportation.
The artist paints in every print, which makes each picture unique.
Signed and numbered edition of 250.



Price, €450

20x20_hreindyr
20×20 cm (7,9 x 7,9 inc)

The image is printed in highest quality on canvas. The image is delivered in a cardboard box that ensures the preservation for transport.
Signed open edition.

Price, €220

rammi_hreindyr_14x14
14×14 cm (5,5 x 5,5 inc)

The image is printed on Acid Free, 310gsm Fine art paper. The image is delivered in a cardboard box that ensures the preservation for transport.
Signed open edition.

Price, €125

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