Great Egret In Mating Plumage Acrylic Giclee

Barbara Fallenbaum

Barbara Fallenbaum's painting of a Great Egret all dressed up for mating season.

A patch of skin on its face turns neon green, and long plumes grow from its back.  Those plumes nearly brought the great egret to extinction during the late 1800 when they were hunted for these aigrettes (long plumes).   Saw this one while boating through the Narrows in Pinellas County.  Such a beautiful creature, so majestic and stately.

      • This beautiful acrylic print is perfectly color matched and produced in the United States. Printed on luster paper creating a beautiful vibrance and mounted on to 1/4" thick transparent acrylic - giving you a vivd, bright and seemingly three-dimensional piece of art.

      • The logo watermark that you may see on your screen will not be on the print you receive.

      • Size is 10" x 20" with french cleat wall mount

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