Baroque Birds Mural
This beautiful Baroque style mural depicts the weird and the wonderful bird species from around the world, no need to feed these birds!
The image used for this mural is known as ‘The Floating Feather’, by Melchior d’Hondecoeter, c. 1680. It must have been a great honour for Hondecoeter to receive commissions from the country’s ruler. He made this regal bird scene for Het Loo, the palace of William and Mary. It features a pelican in the foreground, a cassowary behind it at the left, a flamingo and a black crowned crane.
Mural comes in 105cm panels, printed on non-woven heavy weight vinyl.
This design comes standard small size 2.8m high x 3.15m wide
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