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Amboseli Sunset, Limited Edition Print

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Archival limited edition print of Amboseli Sunset by Sarah Soward. This lovely elephant was lolly-gagging in some brush with their herd and the light was perfect. This is one of those moments in life that needed to be painted. I used the colors of the sky around the elephant on the elephant and made them a little more dramatic.

Sizes available: 8x10 inches.
Edition size for 8x10 no mat: 25

5x7 prints: Sold Out

Prints will be shipped flat.

Each print is signed and numbered by the artist. These are printed on Fuji Crystal Archive professional-grade paper with a matte finish. 

8x10 inch prints are made to fit inside a standard 8x10 inch frame or mat. These are all shipped with no mat and no frame.

Please keep fine art and prints out of direct sunlight and UV light. 


Fuji Crystal Archive professional-grade paper with a matte finish


8x10 inches

Care Instructions

Display your artwork out of direct sunlight in a dry location and enjoy!

When handling artwork, make sure your hands are clean and hold it from the sides, back, or a display mechanism if one is attached (like a frame or mat on paintings and prints, and a base on a sculpture).
Please keep artwork and prints out of direct sunlight.

Please do not get artwork wet.

Refrain from touching the surface of artwork. The oils from skin can discolor or damage artwork.

Shipping & Returns


Free shipping is available for original artwork and limited edition prints shipped within the contiguous United States.

All print-on-demand shipments will have a shipping charge added based on their size and weight. These ship directly to you from my printing partners located in the U.S., Europe, Mexico, and more!

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Returns and Exchanges

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Wild at Art

Wildlife art is a language of love, hope, and determination.

I painted my first rhino in 1999. There is no stopping me.