About the Subject
Original painting of a Yellow-faced Honeyeater on a native pink bottle-brush flower.
Yellow-faced Honeyeaters (Caligavis chrysops) are found throughout much of south-eastern Australia and have distinctive yellow stripes across thir faces. They can often be found busily feeding on nectar and insects in bushland and open forests.
- Approx. 14.5 x 10.5″ (landscape)
About the Artwork
- Original painting is unmounted and unframed
- Schmincke Horadam Gouache & Rembrandt Watercolour on HP watercolour paper
- Finished with an archival matte varnish
- Shipped flat-packed using Australia post, express & insured
- Colours may vary slightly to what you see on your computer monitor due to differences in monitor calibrations
- Photo reference with thanks to Patrick Kavanagh – (CC by 4.0)