"Muzzle Nuzzle" Wolves Giclee, Canvas or Poster by Daniel Smith 42" x 42"
"Muzzle Nuzzle" by renowned willdlife artist Daniel Smith captures a sweet moment between friends. Sure to be the focal point of any room and a wonderful addition to your wildlife art collection. Available in your choice of three substrates, Giclee Fine Art Paper, Poster Paper and Canvas. All are produced using very high resolution printers creating a premium quality, continuous tone print. Available in 9 sizes, this listing is for an image size of 42" x 42" on 46" x 46" giclee fine art paper, 44" x 44" poster paper and 46" x 46" canvas. If you would like a price on any other size please contact us.
Giclée, from French is a neologism for the process of making fine art prints from a digital source using ink-jet printing. The word "giclée" is derived from the French language word "le gicleur" meaning "nozzle", or more specifically "gicler" meaning "to squirt, spurt, or spray".
ABOUT DANIEL SMITH
Daniel Smith, one of America's foremost nature artists, enjoys wide acclaim for his spectacular depictions of landscapes and wildlife. Smith lives in the mountains of southwest Montana where artistic inspiration surrounds him. He has been painting full time for over twenty years and has had more than 100 of his paintings reproduced as limited edition prints. He began his career designing conservation stamps. He has designed more than thirty stamps including the 1988-89 Federal Duck Stamp and was selected as Ducks Unlimited International Artist of the Year for the second time in 2002. In 2003 he received three prestigious awards from the Society of Animal Artists. These included an Award of Excellence, The Leonard J. Meiselman Award for a Realistic Painting Executed in an Academic Manner, and The Hiram Blauvelt Art Museum Purchase Award.
The detail and scientific accuracy of Smith's art caught the eyes of organizations such as the National Geographic Society, who commissioned him to paint five color plates for The Field Guide to the Birds of North America, and the prestigious "Birds in Art" exhibition sponsored by the Leigh Yawkey Woodson Art Museum. In 1996 he was inducted into the U.S. ART Hall of Fame due to his great popularity among print collectors. Smith travels frequently to research his subjects in their natural habitat, believing that there is no substitute for personal experience in the field. He says of his work, "I want people to experience the peace, the tranquillity of the wilderness, of being the only one out there, communing with nature." An ardent supporter of wildlife conservation, he feels indebted to the natural world that has provided him with the sole inspiration for his award-winning career.
Smith's concerns extend beyond his artwork. Environmental issues have become increasingly significant to Smith, who has used his art to endorse and aid many conservation efforts. He believes in the need for a global policy regarding the world's natural resources. Smith says, "The ever increasing demands of mankind are taxing our natural ecosystems as never before. If action is not taken soon, we may well be faced with a global crisis that is irreversible." Smith's global prominence in the world of wildlife art has afforded him the honor of creating the original artwork for several international programs.
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