Aesop's Tale by Sally Leggatt

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A charming original pencil & watercolour by Sally Leggatt.

Inspired by Aesop's Tale of the Fox and Pheasant.
"The fox performed a wild dance, whirling round and round and hopping up and down and making the pheasants giddy watching him! So dazed did the Fox's dance made the pheasants that they fell down to the floor!"

For ease of posting, the drawing is supplied unframed & unmounted (can be mounted and/or framed if required, please contact the gallery for a framing quote).

For UK-based customers this piece can also be purchased using Own Art - interest free credit, payable in 10 equal monthly instalments of £27.50 - contact the gallery for full details.

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About Sally Leggatt

Born and brought up in countryside in Ayrshire, Scotland, Sally was educated in Scotland and Yorkshire and now lives on a farm in rural Buckinghamshire. Sally specialises in wildlife and equestrian art. She works in watercolour and mixed media on a variety of surfaces, including aluminium and old Welsh slate.

In the 1970s she lived in rural Northumberland with close links to countryside and horse racing, and sold wildlife paintings through restaurants and galleries. Moving to Buckinghamshire, Sally spent ten years as an artist in motorsport, mainly World Sportscars, Formula 1 and Historic Grand Prix Cars.

Sally works on private and corporate commissions and current work is based on farming and countryside subjects. She has exhibited in London, Oxford and Edinburgh galleries as well as regularly at Obsidian Art.