The unique technique of drawing against a black board with a white gel pen and pencils highlights the remarkable survival instincts of these creatures. Priced at £120, “Dik-dik” is a testament to the harmony between art and nature.
London gunmaker, John Rigby & Co.’s art department, Rigby Art is proud to unveil three new limited edition fine art prints of a caracal wildcat, dik-dik antelope and klipspringer antelope. Crafted by Rigby artist and engraver, Geoffrey Lignon, each piece showcases the intricate details and primal instincts of the featured animals and are available to purchase exclusively from the Rigby website.
“Focus” Limited edition fine art print
Immerse yourself in the allure of “Focus,” a limited edition fine art print capturing the essence of the caracal wildcat. Artist Geoffrey Lignon’s distinctive technique, drawing against a black board with a white gel pen and pencils, brings to life the unpredictable and dangerous nature of this stunning creature. Limited to just 25 giclée prints, each A3-sized piece is hand-signed, numbered, and stamped with the Rigby logo in relief. The artwork, priced at £190, offers a unique opportunity to witness the raw intensity of the caracal’s existence.
“Dik-dik” Limited edition fine art print
Masterfully crafted by Geoffrey Lignon, “Dik-dik” captures the essence of the small antelope with precision and grace. Limited to 25 prints, each A4-sized giclée print is personally hand-signed and numbered by the artist, ensuring exclusivity and authenticity.
“Sentinel” Limited edition fine art print
In “Sentinel,” Geoffrey Lignon brilliantly captures the essence of the klipspringer antelope, showcasing its ability to thrive in challenging terrain. Limited to just 25 prints, each A4-sized giclée print is hand-signed, numbered, and stamped with the Rigby logo in relief. The piece highlights the klipspringer’s pointed hooves and spiky fur coat, for which they are well recognised. Priced at £120, “Sentinel” invites art collectors to become a part of Rigby’s legacy.
Discussing his vision behind the new artworks, Rigby artist and engraver, Geoffrey Lignon commented: “With this collection, I aimed to delve into the raw beauty of these remarkable creatures, bringing their primal instincts and unique features to the forefront. Each piece tells a story of survival, grace, and the delicate balance between predator and prey.”
Each artwork comes with a certificate of authenticity and is available to purchase from the Rigby website. By purchasing any piece of Rigby Art, your name is entered into the hallowed Rigby ledger books, just like buying a Rigby gun.
For more information about Rigby Art, visit: www.johnrigbyandco.com