Ian Leaver-Blaxstone

The Great Scorpion Of China


Set in the Ming Dynasty when the Great Wall of China was mainly constructed. The army defend the wall from Genghis Khan and his Mongolian army but this time from a great big ‘Oliverus Martensii’ – also known as the ‘Chinese armour-tail scorpion’.

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SIZE: 60.96cm x 76.2cm
MEDIUM: Acrylics
SUBJECT: Landscapes
SCALE: Large
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See it on the wall

Ian Leaver-Blaxstone

After initially training as a graphic designer Ian began developing his signature style; experimenting with complimentary bold and bright images, presenting contrasting fragments of the world in vintage B-movie, Mythology, Folklore and Sci-fi themes. 

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