Carl-W. Rohrig:
Painting “The Snow Leopard”


Carl-W. Rohrig:
Painting “The Snow Leopard”


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ars mundi special edition | limited, 299 copies | numbered | signed by hand | Graphic print on canvas | Stretched by hand | Stretcher| Studio frame | Format 55 x 80 cm

Carl-W. Rohrig: Painting “The Snow Leopard”

“The Snow Leopard” is undoubtedly the most popular work of professor Heinz Sielman. It was printed in numerous magazines, such as “Spiegel” and “Stern”. The artist presented this work to the demand of different species protective projects. ars mundi supports nature protective movement together with the artist. We issued the special edition of “The Snow Leopard” on real artistic canvas. Each copy like an oil original was stretched, signed and numbered on the back side by the author. Pressed by hand rasterfree graphic print on the real artistic canvas, stretched on the stretcher. Limited edition of 299 copies, numbered and signed by the author on the back side. Format 55 x 80 cm.

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Carl-W. RöhrigCarl W. Rohrig, born 1953 in Munich. Rohrig sees art as the possibility of illusions, dreams and fantasies to create the viewer. His dedicated work in international art cities, the artist actively supports conservation projects of WWF, Greenpeace and other facilities. The painter was appointed Honorary Member of the National Geographic society. Rohrigs images are now considered a pioneer of a new conception of art in photorealistic style and are in demand among collectors and museums.

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