Two Brothers - Ancient Rites is part of The Art of BAS Tiger Project, raising funds for tiger conservation through the sale of the Original Oil Painting, Limited Edition Giclee Canvas Reproductions and Lithographic Prints. The majority of the Tiger Project revenue will support the vital work of world- renowned tiger researcher Dr. Raghu Chundawat.
BAS is honoured to be associated with the Pathe´/Universal movie Two Brothers, raising awareness of the tiger's plight and necessary funds for tiger conservation through his Two Brothers - Ancient Rites artwork.
Two tiger cubs begin their foray within the ruins of an ancient temple. The more adventurous of the brothers has his attention aroused by a resting butterfly. The other more passive brother prefers to observe matters from afar while his sibling leads the way.
The painting also depicts an ornate figure from Ta Phrom Temple, Angkor Wat, Cambodia. The Temple was built around 900 AD by the Kmer Kingdom, later to be reclaimed by the encompassing jungle.
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BAS is continually creating paintings and we will produce further fine art reproductions with New Releases of wildlife art prints periodically being displayed here on the website. Although popular subject matter such as elephants, dolphins, tigers and other big cats are often requested we will also continue to produce bird painting reproductions and various other subjects in print. The Art of BAS is exhibited within both the Wildlife Art and Contemporary Art worlds, we therefore hope that a broad cross-section of the artist's work will satisfy the art connoisseur.
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Fine Art Paper Limited Editions section of the website exhibits the collection of BAS' artwork that have been published in wildlife art prints. Please see the FAQ section of the website for further insight into the Giclee Reproduction method which is used for most of the wildlife art prints. Some of the Wildlife Artwork has been reproduced as Fine Art Lithographs, both methods of printing provide the highest professional standards of Fine Art Reproduction. All Limited Editions are signed and numbered by the artist as collectible works of art in their own right. A Certificate of Authenticity is provided with each Limited Edition purchased.
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