Stags in Richmond Park, watercolour & ink painting

This is a fine art print of the original watercolour & ink painting of Stags in Richmond Park.

Richmond Park was created in the 17th century by Charles I, intended as a park to hunt red and fallow deer. It is the largest of London's Royal Parks, and a centrepiece in the local wildlife conservation, and is a national reserve. The park has been home to wild deer since its creation, and they still roam freely through the park, frequently seen by park goers.

Witness the nature sanctuary yourself by going to what3words.com and entering: closet.king.outfit. (This is only for guidance as the park covers a large area and has multiple access points).

 

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Watercolour by Marcus Müller

Pictured by Alex Barros

Stags in Richmond Park, watercolour & ink painting