Eye the Tiger
This curious Bengal tiger is enjoying a swim and is twisting its ears towards the source of its interest. This tiger is cooling off on a hot summer evening by immersing himself completely, leaving only his head and back visible. Most tigers back into the water as they do not like splashing water into their eyes.
Eye the tiger or else it could be you that’s for dinner. Unlike most cats, tigers enjoy the water and are never found far from it. They often cool off in pools or streams.
We need to keep our eyes on the endangered dwindling tiger population as we stand in danger of losing this majestic animal. Its habitat continues to shrink due to expanding human populations and poaching increases. Please call (303) 570-0357 for availability.
The original painting is 40"H x 30"W x 1.5"D. A copy of this painting is also available as a Glicee. Signed and numbered. There is a limited edition of 350. All Glicee's are shipped unstretched and are ready for stretching and gallery wrap or can be framed. Please allow 1- 2 weeks for delivery.