Humpback Whale (WIP)

Humpback Whale (WIP)

Anticipated print release date: 01/11/2021


Limited edition prints of my latest drawing-in-progress of a humpback whale (title TBC) coming soon!


Special introductory offer - 15% off for the first two weeks after the print release!


Depicting a mother humpback whale with her calf, she provides sanctuary to a wonderful multitude of marine wildlife as together they migrate across the great ocean.


Limited edition giclée prints will be available in two sizes:

The Big One

The original size the drawing was made, enjoy all the little details exactly as they were drawn.

220 x 111.7cm, limited to 25

Introductory price £1,020 (RRP £1,200)


the small one

For those with a little less wall space who love the design, this is a scaled-down edition of the original drawing.

122 x 66.6cm, limited to 100

Introductory price £297 (RRP £350)


Whilst I still have a few more weeks to go until this drawing is complete, I love how it is developing and I cannot wait to share the finished piece with you!


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To see the drawing in progress please visit my Imaginarium here or follow my progress on Instagram @olivier_leger or Facebook @olivierlegerart


Each print funds the removal of 25kg of plastic from the ocean!


This print will be released with a special introductory offer of 15% off the RRP for the first 2 weeks after release.

  • You will receive a limited edition giclee print in your chosen size (see above for details)
  • Each print is titled (title TBC), hand signed and with its edition number at the bottom of the print
  • You will also receive a hand signed and numbered certificate of authenticity
  • Printed onto fine art 100% cotton, acid free, 315gsm paper, using lightfast pigmented inks
  • Prints are unframed
  • The images provided above are of the original drawing in progress, not the final print
  • All aspects of the drawing are subject to change due to the nature of the drawing still being a work-in-progress