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Tres Leches Canvas Wall Art

Tres Leches Canvas Wall Art

Regular price $117.99 USD
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Artist: Halpin, Eli

A bull with beautifully vibrant horns in shades... Read more

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Artist: Halpin, Eli

A bull with beautifully vibrant horns in shades of pink and purple stands against an olive green background with two smaller bulls at its side who are barely growing their horns. The striking composition of this piece makes it a perfect point of interest in your space.

All Canvas Wall Art is printed in the Giclee method for great clarity, brilliant colors, and depth that last for years. Printed on premium quality artist's canvas and hand-stretched over a 1.5" sustainable wood frame, using Greenguard inks. Non-toxic inks stay brilliantly colored for years and our canvas wall art inks are Greenguard Gold and UL Environment Energy verified. Gallery wrapped with image wrapping around the side edges. A sawtooth or wire hanger (depending on the size of art) is attached for easy hanging. Artist biography information is included on the back of each piece. Can be cleaned with a soft, dry or slightly damp cloth. This product is proudly printed in the U.S.A.

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USA: 3-5 working days

CA, AUS, UK: 5-7 working days

Europe: 5-10 working days

Rest of world: 10-15 working days

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