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Categories: African Wildlife Art - Watercolor Pencil

Romeo - Grevy's Zebra


Grevy's Zebra

Both "Romeo" and "African Contours" are paintings of Grevy's Zebras. I especially enjoy painting zebras because of my love for the equine family. Also I am particularly fascinated by the way the stripes follow the form of the animal and the contrasting values of light and dark.

It is generally believed that the purpose of a zebra's stripes is camouflage to confuse the predator. A herd of zebra moving in a frenzy is a sea of stripes. It is far more difficult of separate an individual for attack.

This original zebra painting was done in watercolor pencil on Arches 140# Hot Press watercolor paper.

Please Note: The watermark that appears on this image is for online viewing only and does NOT appear on the actual artwork.

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