The fox is represented in folklore as a trickster. One of Aesop’s Fables “The Fox and the Crow” illustrates this. It is a caution against listening to flatterers and goes like this… The fox notices that a crow has a piece of cheese, he flatters the crow, telling him how beautiful he is and whether he has a beautiful voice to match his beautiful looks. The crow lest out a caw, the piece of cheese falls to the ground the fox eats the cheese. The earliest surviving versions of the fable, in both Greek and Latin, date from the 1st Century on older Celtic.
Watercolour illustration of a Fox by Daniel Mackie. Printed on high quality 330gsm card. Cards are 7 x 5 inches.
Cards are blank inside so can be used for any purpose, such as Thank-you cards, Birthdays or Christmas.
Cards are packed with envelopes and are protected in a cello bag.
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