Southern Dole Giclée Print

The devil's in the details in this 1898 illustration.

The Southern Dhole, also known as the whistling dog or red wolf, is an endangered jackal-like animal typically found throughout central, south, and southeast Asia. Its vintage illustration hails from a book that featured a collection of woodcuts and 45 colored plates drawn by famed nature illustrator J.G. Keulemans. The original sketch is from the late 1800s, adding some time-honored taste to your blank walls.

Attribution: Original print from Dogs, jackals, wolves, and foxes: a monograph of the Canidae. With woodcuts, and 45 coloured plates drawn from nature by J.G. Keulemans and hand-coloured. By Mivart, St. George Jackson, 1827-1900. London R.H. Porter, 1890. White border has been added to source print. Sourced from the Biodiversity Library.

  • Digital giclée print
  • Archival Epson K3 inks
  • Full color
  • Printed on 250g matte, hot press paper
  • Due to shipping regulations, we unfortunately can't ship this item to customers in Canada at this time. Our apologies.
  • Contemporary matte finish
  • Composite wood with acrylic pane
  • 18" x 24" framed print includes wire hanging
  • The width of the frame is 1.25"

Keep out of direct sunlight to avoid fading over time

As all prints are custom made (and when applicable, framed) at the time of purchase, these items are not available for returns. If you have any questions with your order please reach out to

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