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Purchase a tote bag featuring the painting "Arles Merino Ram" by Amy E Fraser. Our tote bags are made from soft, durable, poly-poplin fabric and include a 1" black strap for easy carrying on your shoulder. All seams are double-stitched for added durability. Each tote bag is machine-washable in cold water and is printed on both sides using the same image.
The Arles Merino Ram by Amy E. Fraser. This is an expressive male sheep portrait in shades of brown, gray, burgundy, cream and pink with golden eyes... more
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The Arles Merino Ram by Amy E. Fraser. This is an expressive male sheep portrait in shades of brown, gray, burgundy, cream and pink with golden eyes complimented with a rose pink textural background.
Arles Merino is one of worlds 20 merino sheep breeds. They were developed in the South of France, by using local merino, Spanish merino (Est a Laine Merinos) and Australian Booroola sheep. The Merino is a breed or group of breeds of domestic sheep, characterized by very fine soft wool. It was established in Spain near the end of the Middle Ages, and was for several centuries kept as a strict Spanish monopoly; exports of the breed were not allowed, and those who tried, risked the death penalty. During the eighteenth century, flocks were sent to the courts of a number of European countries, including France (where they developed into the Rambouillet), Hungary, the Netherlands, Prussia, Saxony and Sweden. The Merino subsequently spread to many parts of the world, including South Africa...
Amy E. Fraser is a Fine Artist, Photographer and Baker. She creates in her home studio nestled in a beautiful wildflower meadow, surrounded by enchanting wildlife, deep in a magical fairy tale forest. When Amy is not drawing, painting or sculpting she can be found wandering the forest, photographing nature, tending to her garden or practicing the fascinating craft of Sourdough baking. Amy has a Bachelor of Fine Arts from Parsons School of Design and a Masters of Arts and Liberal Studies from Dartmouth College. Fraser has exhibited her work throughout the United States and has pieces in the archives of The National Museum of Women In The Arts and The Smithsonian, Archives of American Art, both in Washington, D.C. Fraser's paintings,...