London gunmaker John Rigby & Co. is proud to unveil their latest masterpiece, “Echoes of Dawn,” a fine art print by artist and engraver Geoffrey Lignon. This extraordinary artwork captures the essence of the Highlands, showcasing the captivating allure and majesty of the red stag.

The artwork, created by a technique of using white pens and pencils against a black board, transports viewers to the early morning dusk of the rutting season, where a powerful red stag roars amidst the mist-shrouded air. The stag’s breath lingers, immersing observers in the untamed beauty of the dawn chorus.

Limited to just 25 copies and measuring 1,189 x 500mm, “Echoes of Dawn” is meticulously reproduced on giclée fine art paper, preserving every intricate detail and nuance of Lignon’s original creation. The artwork is framed with a 25mm white border and 70mm base-border, displaying the artist’s hand-signed signature and numbered edition, before being embossed with the Rigby seal logo.  Each piece is accompanied by a certificate of authenticity, certifying its origin and value.

Whether you’re an avid art collector or passionate about Highland stalking, “Echoes of Dawn” promises to captivate and inspire. This remarkable piece serves as a timeless statement in any home, office, or hunting lodge.

The official unveiling of “Echoes of Dawn” will take place in the Rigby safari tent (booth #J1044) during The Game Fair, held at Ragley Hall in Warwickshire from Friday 28 to Sunday 30 July 2023. Visitors will have the unique opportunity to engage with the artist and gain insight into his creative process.

“We are thrilled to present ‘Echoes of Dawn’ to sporting enthusiasts and art collectors alike,” said Marc Newton, managing director of John Rigby & Co. “Geoffrey’s impeccable craftsmanship and attention to detail have resulted in a truly remarkable artwork that embodies the spirit of the Highlands. We invite all to join us at The Game Fair and experience the beauty of ‘Echoes of Dawn’ first-hand.”

Echoes of Dawn” Limited edition (1 of 25) fine art print: £650, plus P&P.

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