Herdwick Sheep photographic print taken in the Lake District.
The sturdy grey Herdwick helps to maintain the grass and flower diversity of the Lake District hills by grazing the steep fields and deep valleys. The native Westmorland breed owes part of its popularity to Beatrix Potter. The
Peter Rabbit author was also a well known Herdwick breeder and judge and left large amounts of land in the Lake District to the National Trust on the condition that Herdwick sheep would continue to be kept and bred on its farms.
The print is available in three sizes and two different frames. For a bit more information about how our mounted prints are made and your framing options just click here.