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Kirsten Mirrey Art



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All artworks come varnished and framed. The frames are also built in house by the artist. You'll receive a handwritten thank you note, certificate of authenticity and care guide for your new artwork.

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This is the ORIGINAL PAINTING of a tiger in the Himalayas by Kirsten Mirrey. A true 1/1 that will never be repainted.




Oil Painting on 100cm x 150cm Stretched Canvas




After being inspired by tigers in their natural habitat, during my research into the Bengal tigers of the Himalayas, I came across a fascinating story about a temple priest who claimed to a forester that he had seen a tiger near his temple. Normally this wouldn't have been out of the ordinary, but this particular priest's temple was 2000ft above where the tiger's known habitats were recorded. Reporting this to a local program in the WWF, they agreed to set up 62 camera traps higher up in the mountains to try and capture this. To the researcher’s surprise, a tiger was indeed caught on camera at those heights shattering previous tiger recordings in Nepal. However, this was not the final heights a tiger was to be caught at, with one recording after this showing a tiger at an incredible 14,400ft in the small Himalayan country of Bhutan.

This story inspired me to create the concept for "Guardian of the Himalayas", a solitary tiger guarding his vast mountain range in the distance, a nod to the incredible nature of these animals who can withstand conditions that humans could not, but also the role they play in that ecosystem up in the high mountains. An awe inspiring moment in nature, in cinematic format.

What's included


Original Painting including Framing, Worldwide Shipping and Shipping Insurance

Documents of Authenticity and Care Guide

Early access to all future releases of Kirsten's work 

Framing in a 3cm wide black woodgrain float frame




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All shipping through DHL Express.

This item is shipped from Scotland, UK. Import duties, if applicable, are the responsibility of the buyer - unless stated otherwise.  If you neglect to address customs inquiries regarding import duties and taxes relevant to your shipment, resulting in the package being returned to us, the customer assumes responsibility for covering the associated shipping charges to resend it.

Due to the limited nature of this item there will be no cash refunds available on this product, the only available option is credit towards another artwork only with the shipping return paid by the customer. If the item is damaged on arrival to you, a full refund will be given via the original payment method and collection for the damaged artwork arranged. Damage MUST be reported within 4 working days of delivery with photo evidence.


Copyright remains with the artist even after sale. Unauthorized copies may not be reproduced of this artwork.

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