by Susan Willemse


This is a portrait of a Crow, but I use the word informally to cover all corvids as it is actually an Australian Raven. These birds are big, they are intelligent, they have shaggy throats and a purple, green-blue shine to their feathers, the youngsters have a thin blue rim in their white eyes. In Australia the town of Wagga Wagga is named after them- "the place of many crows" and there are bush stories of them attacking sheep but the ones we know brought their pink throated babies to stay in our garden day-care creche and were very respectable and cautious although they are one of the few birds that insist on washing all meals in the bird baths. It is good to know they are there to clean up after man.

Artwork Details:

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Width: 40 CentimetersHeight: 40 Centimeters
Depth: 1.5 CentimetersWeight: 1.6 kgs (approx)
Type: Painting
State: Original
Mediums: Acrylic
Substrates: Canvas
Subjects: Wildlife, Realistic, Nature, Birds, Artwork Series, Animal
Colors: Silver, Purple, Multi Color, Green (dark), Blue, Black
Styles: Unique, Realism, Portraiture, Photorealism
Shapes: (square)
Options: Hanging, Framing
Artist Register #: A10675
Artwork Certification #: B322947

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