Painting of Dark Morphed Reddish Egret. They are colorful characters, both fishing style and physically. They are typical of most egret appearance except you can have Dark Morphed and White Morphed. They have wild crazy hair, shaggy-looking neck and stunning greyish-white eyes In breeding plumage their bill gets at pink base. The Reddish Egret is on the endangered species list as they did not repopulated as well from the plume hunters of the 1800s. And their habitat is coastal areas which are being threatened by rising waters due to climate change. This one was spotted at Fort DeSoto Park.
This beautiful giclee is perfectly color matched, produced in the United States using archival pigment inks that produces a rich and realist print that will last indefinitely. Set on a solid block of wood that measures 6" x 6" x 1" plus stand.
We custom finish each one with an undercoated metallic glaze and a nice cream crackle top coat. A good coat of glossy varnish finishes this beautiful table top piece. No two are a like!
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