Sporting Traditions Map – Hand Colored Print

Sporting Traditions Map – Hand Colored Print

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A hand colored print of the original map that was drawn exclusively for Modern Huntsman Volume Five. Each map has the same ink work as the original printed on archival water color paper and then is hand-colored, creating one-of-a-kind pieces.These are limited to an edition of 3 prints.

Archival Digital Giclee Print of the original map that was drawn exclusively for Modern Huntsman Volume Five and hand-colored by the original artist.

The measurements for this map are identical to the original version. The black line measurements are 33 1/2″ wide x 24 3/4″ tall.  There is a 2 inch collar around this map.

Printed on 100% Cotton Paper (Hahnemüle Photo Rag)

Modern Huntsman and New World Cartography collaborated to create a map that would express many of the themes of Volume Five: Traditions; from fly fishing on the Gulf Coast of Texas to elk hunting in the American West and the beauty of handcrafted duck calls. In the way these stories describe an authentic tradition in the outdoors, this map was created as an original in an authentic process. Ink work was committed to paper to capture the state boundaries, paths of rivers and to show the detail of wood ducks and ruffed grouse. Watercolors were used as the final touch to bring the Volume Five: Traditions map to life.

The black line measurements are 33 1/2″ wide x 24 3/4″ tall.  There is a 2 inch collar around this map.

This print is for personal usage only, intended for display in the home or other private spaces. For all other uses, such as display in public spaces or institutions, publishing the image online or in print, or any other form of usage, permission must be granted by Modern Huntsman. Please contact info@modernhuntsman.com with any questions.

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