Brand New Tiger Wildlife Art Giclee Print – Coming Soon

I will be releasing my latest Wildlife Art Giclee print within the next 2 weeks.

A lot of you will remember me painting this Tiger one just a short while ago.

The print will be released on fine art canvas, and possibly fine art paper too.

To reserve your copy just drop me an amail.

Here’s a few pics


About Jason Morgan - wildlife artist
I am UK based professional wildlife artist specializing in big cat and large scale African wildlife paintings. Through my site "" I sell my limited edition prints and original paintings worldwide - I have had an online gallery now for over 12 years, I also have a Learn to paint wildlife teaching site -

4 Responses to Brand New Tiger Wildlife Art Giclee Print – Coming Soon

  1. jackie says:

    Hi Jason, have just read your blog from start to finish, only an hour and a half lol, your paintings are fantastic, I have a quick question, what do you put your canvas on if its not stretched over a frame? Do you tape it to a board or something. You say you usually sell just the canvas, do you roll them up and if so how do you make sure they dont get damaged in transit.

    Will keep up with your blog now I’ve gone through all the archive. Thanks for some great tips and beautiful work.


    • wildlifeart says:

      Hi Jackie,

      Glad you found my blog πŸ™‚
      Yes I tape the canvas to a nice flat MDF board, then when dry I roll the painting up loosely and ship in a heavy duty tube πŸ™‚

      Hope that helps

  2. jackie says:

    Hi Jason, thanks for that, another question I should have asked at the same time, do you varnish the paintings before rolling them up? Do you buy a roll of canvas or just seperate sheets, and do you put padding of any kind within the painting roll or just roll it and send it in the tube, I have a portrait to paint and send to the UK and it costs a fortune in weight from Australia if it is stretched on a frame.
    Thanks for your help on this I really appreciate it


    • wildlifeart says:

      Yes I put a coat of retouch varnish on it afterit has stood for a week or 2 (remember I use alkyds so they dry quicker). I just roll the canvas in to some acid free tissue, then I put a little bubble wrap around that, then a clear bag.

      Make sure your postal tube is quite heavy duty, I think mine are 3mm – cardboard thickness.

      I buy my canvas on the roll, about 10m at a time.

      Hope that helps

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