This is probably one of my favourite paintings – it is also featured in one of sliders on my website. Rudd’s Apalis is endemic to the low-lying sand forests and thickets in Mozambique and adjacent territories. Within such habitats it seldom emerges from its thorny sanctuaries, as depicted here.
This painting is available as a limited edition (set of 25) print, on high quality A3 paper. This image could also work in a series with the other four apalis species – perhaps lined up in a hallway or office wall, or next to a staircase. Each image is signed by the artist, and numbered. The bird’s name is penciled at the bottom left of the plate. Please contact me if you are interested.
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