Original artwork description:

Siberian (Amur) Tiger is a subspecies of tiger that currently occupies only the evergreen forests and mixed forests of the extreme southeast of Russia, in the region of the Amur River and the border between Russia and China. Traditionally it has been considered the largest subspecies of tiger and the largest of the felids.
After have painted two emblematic Iberian spices… I have decided to paint this gorgeous cat because it is another endangered animal, and it is also an endemic species to the region where I was born, the Far East of Russia.
The image of the Siberian tiger appears in numerous heraldic symbols throughout the area where it is indigenous.
In my Mandala I used cool blue and grey pallet in order to transmit the harshness of the natural environment inhabited by this great Siberian feline.

Original Mandala painting by Diana Titova.

Oil painting on Canvas
Unframed
Size: 80×80×2cm / 31,3x31,3x0,5 in
Varnished, comes ready to hang, unframed.
Canvas stretched on a wooden stretcher, painted around the edges to compliment the artwork and doesn’t need framing. This artwork was created using professional oil paint. Signed on the back sides and comes with the certificate of authenticity.

The artwork will be shipped with Express Mail Service, fully tracked. It will be shipped rolled in tube (highly safe packaging).

Materials used:

oil

Tags:
#art for living room #tiger face #patterns of nature #wild cat painting #shades of grey #meaningfull art #best wall art #endemic animals #central position #unexpected artwork 
Siberian Tiger (2021)
Oil painting
by Diana Titova

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Siberian (Amur) Tiger is a subspecies of tiger that currently occupies only the evergreen forests and mixed forests of the extreme southeast of Russia, in the region of the Amur River and the border between Russia and China. Traditionally it has been considered the largest subspecies of tiger and the largest of the felids.
After have painted two emblematic Iberian spices… I have decided to paint this gorgeous cat because it is another endangered animal, and it is also an endemic species to the region where I was born, the Far East of Russia.
The image of the Siberian tiger appears in numerous heraldic symbols throughout the area where it is indigenous.
In my Mandala I used cool blue and grey pallet in order to transmit the harshness of the natural environment inhabited by this great Siberian feline.

Original Mandala painting by Diana Titova.

Oil painting on Canvas
Unframed
Size: 80×80×2cm / 31,3x31,3x0,5 in
Varnished, comes ready to hang, unframed.
Canvas stretched on a wooden stretcher, painted around the edges to compliment the artwork and doesn’t need framing. This artwork was created using professional oil paint. Signed on the back sides and comes with the certificate of authenticity.

The artwork will be shipped with Express Mail Service, fully tracked. It will be shipped rolled in tube (highly safe packaging).

Materials used:

oil

Tags:
#art for living room #tiger face #patterns of nature #wild cat painting #shades of grey #meaningfull art #best wall art #endemic animals #central position #unexpected artwork 
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Diana Titova is a Spain-based artist born in Russia. Love of art accompanied her throughout her life, whether it was fine art, applied arts, or the history of art. Consequently,... Read more

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