Survival of the Fittest
|Title||Survival of the Fittest|
|Paper Size (W x H)||40 x 26 ins|
Whilst on safari in Tanzania, Spencer Hodge saw this powerful leopard resting at the edge of a large, swampy area. The leopard has been shown disturbed from its tranquil siesta. Often found near dense vegetation, these hunting cats rarely search for prey in the open plains. This is another of Spencer Hodge's powerful paintings to feature an endangered species of the world.
Each print is hand signed by the artist and hand numbered.
About the Artist
Spencer Hodge was born in 1943, and attended the Hastings School of Art and Royal West of England Academy. After a formal and academic art training he spent six years illustrating books and teaching material for the Medical Research Council.Find out more