This from is from Nana William's series in which she depicts animals with porcelain skin symbolizing the fragility of endangered species. The South China Tiger has not been seen since the late seventies and considered the most endangered of tiger species. The flora around the South China Tiger is Middlemist Red and was brought back to the UK from China long ago. This flower is now no where to be found in a wild and only exist in two gardens, one in the UK and the other in New Zealand.
- Measures 8" x 10"
- Watercolor textured paper