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    This product was added to our catalog on Tuesday 20 November, 2012.

    Diving Red Killer Whale


    v28 x h 25 cm Darrell Amos explains that this is a diving killer whale. It has leapt out of the water to plunge to the depths. The blowhole, big eyes, dorsal and pectoral fins and tail are clearly set out. The diagonal sweeping lines that follow the line of the body are representations of the ribs. acrylic on acid-free white paper

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