Artwork Description

Pastel on paper, ready to hang.

Signed on the front.

This artwork comes with an external frame

Cassowaries have always fascinated me. They are so powerful and even deadly, but are also quite elegant and beautiful with their vibrant colours. This portrait is one of my personal favourites and I named him Horatio (because of the horn-like casque - I have a weird sense of humour!).

This artwork comes in a black wooden frame with a white mat and ready to hang. 10% of the profit made from the sale of this artwork will be donated to the Australian Conservation Foundation.

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Pan pastel and pastel pencils on sanded pastel paper

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Framed and ready to hang

This artwork is currently framed and ready to hang.

It comes with an external frame.

Framed dimensions - 43.5(W) x 54.0(H).

Artwork dimensions - 70.0(W) x 80.0(H).

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