Limited Edition Print by John Dyer. Hot Sunset over the ancient Mallee Tree. Banrock Station Wine Australia.

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An ancient Australian Malle tree forms the subject for this stunning print by Banrock Station's artist in residence John Dyer. Intense red light illuminates the outback and complements the green parrots that fly across the sky and roost on the branches of the ancient tree. Ants can be seen in the dried bushes in the foreground and the shadows of the tree are purple and blue. Really stunning.

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DescriptionSigned Limited Edition Print
ArtistCornish Artist John Dyer (born 1968)
Signed by the ArtistSigned by John Dyer
Paper typeArchival matte textured watercolour paper. Heavy weight paper approx 300gsm
Number of prints in the edition50 signed & numbered prints
Print processPremium Quality Fine art Giclée Print. Produced to exacting standards by the artists using the highest possible quality printing technology.
MediumUV-resistant archival ink creating vibrant rich colours and the maximum longevity. As with all pieces of art please avoid hanging in direct sunlight if possible.
Paper size432mm x 559mm I 17" x 22"
Image size389mm x 389mm I 15.3" x 15.3"

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"Mallee trees are multi-stemmed eucalypts that take several hundred years to from hollows. This oldest mallee tree on Banrock Station is probably 500 years old and is full of hollows that provide homes for insects, lizards, bats and parrots like the mallee ringneck. Occasionally the biggest lizards, the goanna, will enter the hollows to dine. Blue bush flourishes after rain in the mallee and the massive tree roots store water for survival during drought."


Manager of Banrock Station, Australia.

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