Enjoy this painting of a sunlit countryside as you watch the newborns begin their new lives. The artist discovered these beautiful animals when she and her husband explored the Emerald Isle. On a walk to the Kylemore Castle in Connemara, near Galway, she snapped a quick picture of the cows. The Cattle Site describes the cows this way: "The Irish Moiled is one of the rarest cattle breeds which originated in Ireland. Traditionally a dairy cow, it has earned the reputation as a truly dual purpose breed, producing both high quality beef and milk from poor quality grazing." Earlier they had visited a farm with lots of lambs and sheep. It was interesting to watch the sheep dogs herding the sheep up the road.
This painting was created with acrylics on a gallery-wrapped canvas. The image extends to all four sides. Prints of this image are available in many sizes and formats.
To purchase a print, send the Contact & Link form to the artist indicating the title of the image, how wide you want your print to be, and whether you want it on canvas or acid free paper. She will send you a quote and ordering information. It usually takes about two weeks to have the print created since they are made on request. The artist will sign the print, and include a Certificate of Authenticity with your purchase. At this time, prints are sold in the US only.