Girl Stealing a Fawn



The painting was inspired by the color and texture of the Peruvian Cusco School of religious paintings. I allowed the fawn to appear awkwardly held, as if grabbed in haste, while the girl flees the forest, which is where the title, “Girl Stealing a Fawn” comes from.

Product Details:

  • Sizes: 8″x10″
  • Paper: Smooth luster surface
  • Edition: Open Edition

Each print has been sized to fit a standard size mat window. Some prints come in a variety of sizes. In some situations, cropping of the original artwork may occur when matched to this sizing. If it important to you to have a reproduction as close to the original proportions, select “Original Proportion” to have the same ratio as the original.

About Nate’s Open-Edition Prints

An open-edition print is not limited in addition size. This allows me to offer all of my artwork at an economical price while keeping the quality high. These prints help support the creation of new, original artworks in oil, acrylic or graphite. By purchasing an open-edition print, you’re showing support for my artwork, and for that I’m very much appreciative.

I strive to offer the highest quality reproduction that I can offer. After much trial and error, this has resulted in an art reproduction printed on Canon Pro Luster paper with a Canon PIXMA photo printer. This combination of equipment and materials is designed to provide a consistent look and vivid colors with sharp details.