Humpback Whale Cow & Calf Wall Art Print
Captivating Wildlife Painting of A Humpback Whale & Her Calf
Just off the coast of Southeast Alaska sets the underwater scene for this surreal painting "Alaska's Gentle Giants" by Award Winning Marine Artist, Karen Whitworth. A grove of evergreens frame the crisp foggy landscape, unveiling jewel tones of emerald water that embodies the nurturing embrace the humpback whale and her calf. A species that symbolizes strength, resilience and endearment. Endurance to press forward facing tomorrow with determination regardless of circumstance. From the brisk Alaska coastline, to the southern more temperate waters, its massive tail propels this sea creature thousands of miles across the Pacific Ocean in search of fertile sea waters to feed. This marine mammal is one of the larger rorqual species and was admired from a distance by Artist Karen Whitworth, transforming the sea mammal into a painting to be enjoyed for a lifetime.
This stunning painting by Alaska artist Karen Whitworth is titled "Alaska's Gentle Giants" and is now available as a art print or hand signed gallery wrap canvas.
Humpback Whale Paper Art Print Features
- Made in the USA
- Standard sizes for easy framing
- Vibrant color
- FREE US shipping
- Highest Quality Materials
- Acid free mat board to create a visual border around the art print
- Made from 4 ply gallery board to protect the artwork
- Includes a classic bevel cut mat opening
- Outside dimensions are compatible with standard size frames
- Comes in a clear protective sleeve with a protective backing board, perfect for display or gifting prior to framing.
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This Whale painting is also available as a Museum Quality Giclee Canvas signed by the artist. Thanks to this highest quality printing method, each canvas features incredibly rich colors and beautiful details that pop in a stunning way. Paired with various finish options like custom framing and even personalization, this format creates a truly special piece of wall art that will be enjoyed for future generations.
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Humpback Whale Cow & Calf Wall Art Print
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Enhance your space with beautiful wall art
Boost the aesthetic of your home or office with our Alaska wall art prints by Karen Whitworth. These vibrant prints set the tone of your space, create a sense of natural warmth, and add personality that reflects your unique style and taste.
About the Artist
From early on, Karen's love for art and the beauty of nature was apparent. Growing up in Alaska and enjoying the great outdoors, she was constantly surrounded by beautiful scenery and incredible wildlife. Capturing this beauty around her quickly became a constant theme in her paintings. Through her love for nature and color she creates a unique view of the land of the midnight sun.
Karen's Alaska artwork is collected by Alaskans and around the world by travelers who long to remember their time visiting the Last Frontier. From original paintings, to practical items like greeting cards, souvenirs, and gifts, Karen's art helps people share and cherish their love for Alaska.
Why our customers love us...
The colors of this beautiful print just sing! Can't wait to get it framed. Quick shipping. Thank you.”
The only difference between what you see on the website and what you get in the mail is that it is even more beautiful in person. My print is now in a koa frame with matting that brings out the colors of the house. It hangs in my living room and really adds to the beauty of my home.”
Even though the photo delivered matched the one I ordered, the color and quality of this photo surpassed any expectations I had. It was packaged with care and arrived undamaged. I love this picture. Thank you Whitworth Gallery.”