Horniman Museum Walrus Landmark Art Poster Print

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Great picture, looks fantastic.
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Reviewed by Kate Sandys
2 years 1 month ago
I absolutely love this print. We got a framed version for our home in portsmouth to remind us of our years spent living in forest hill

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Horniman Museum Walrus

Giclee Print
£35.00
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Description

The Horniman Museum's famously over-stuffed walrus has been on display for over 100 years. Thought to have lived in California, this particular walrus was bought by Frederick Horniman at the end of the 19th Century. It now has pride of place in the Natural History section of the museum, and is one of its most popular exhibits.

This giclee print by South London Prints celebrates the Horniman Museum Walrus in all its glory. The simplistic view of the creature captures its essence, and the title below the image is similar to that seen on vintage railway posters. Available to buy with a range of framing options.

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