This design "English Cow" is a print on linen/cotton blend fabric.
Full of humour and fun, this piece shows the Herefordshire Prize Cattle for the year 1882. The prize cow “Princess” was one year and six months old at the time she won the prize and her portrait was taken. How to recognize the Hereford cattle? Hereford cattle have a distinct white face. Herefords were the first distinct breed of cow, and were prominent in the lush pastures of Herefordshire, United Kingdom from the 1770s, and over time were found in Ireland, the United States, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, Norway and Russia. Here we see the cow with its gorgeous looking features and details in its fur, on a retro looking colored background. "English Cow" is available in the options below:
This French Linen Collection print is available as Gallery-Style (stretched around a frame), or to hang as a tapestry with a rod pocket at the back.
Each piece is printed on a linen/cotton blend, and is made in the United States.
You can also add nailheads to the edges of any Gallery-Style piece, by selecting this as an option below.