The ghost of the woodland – with almost supernatural speed the goshawk is natures fighter pilot able to twist and turn through thick forest to catch its prey. Exterminated from the UK in the 1800s because of specimen collectors and persecution, goshawks have been recolonising since the 1960s, through deliberate releases and escapes of falconry birds. Their scientific name gentilis derives from the fact that traditionally only members of the gentry or nobility were allowed to carry one.
This print is available in the following sizes:
9 x 12 (A4 approx) with mount: 12 x 16
12 x 16 (A3 approx) with mount: 16 x 20
Giclee Prints are beautifully printed on Hahnemuhle Etching 310gsm Acid-Free Cotton Rag Paper using Archival Museum Quality Inks, guaranteed to withstand fading for at least 100 years.
All prints come with a certificate of authenticity.
Watermark will not appear on print.