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Oil painting showing Antarctic mountaintops reflected in low sunlight with whale in foreground

'Antarctic Mountaintops'


Have you ever wondered about the changes over the life-time of this planet?


Even in the Antarctic, the mountaintops show significant signs of glacial erosion, presumably stemming from the closing stages of previous ice ages, as glaciers began to melt, pulling down the sides of mountains. Or is this erosion happening now just by the ravages of wind and ice?


As its cold enough in the Antarctic now, what did the Earth look like then? 


Mounted, archival print of an oil painting by Janice Lyall

  • Details

    Available in a variety of sizes to fit standard frame sizes and as a Greeting Card
  • Proportions, ratios and painting dimensions

    Please note where painting dimensions differ from standard mount sizes, white edges will appear on 2 edges.

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