Dracaena draco also called Dragon Trees. The sap of the tree is red - hence - 'dragon's blood'.
The name of these beautiful succulent trees comes from the Greek Hercules myth. Hercules killed the dragon Landon to retrieve three golden apples and Dragon trees grew where ever the dragon's blood fell.
Edition of 20. Eight remaining.
Carved from an original sketch and hand printed in my Toronto studio.
This print fits into a standard 12" x 16"/30 x 40cm frame as pictured.
Paper size - 13" x 9 1/2"/33 x 24cm
Image size - 11" x 7 1/2"/28 x 19cm
Signed and numbered on the front
Paper - BFK Rives Lightweight 100% cotton, acid free
Ink - Daniel Smith lightfast oil based ink
All blocks are hand-cut and then printed with my sturdy bamboo ladle.
Small variations from print to print are completely normal.
Safety First! I will pack this print between two pieces of cardboard and send it inside a bubble mailer.