Birds: India's Sarus Cranes feeding in early morning light - Painting - Nature Art by David Rankin

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Sarus Cranes at Dawn - Original Watercolor - Birds: India's Sarus Cranes feeding in early morning light by David Rankin
  Sarus Cranes at Dawn - Original Watercolor  (1990)
Subject: Birds: India's Sarus Cranes feeding in early morning light
Dimensions (inches): 27.5 x 37.5
Medium: transparent watercolor on watercolor board
Description: This painting won the Society of Animal Artists highest honor, The Award of Excellence 1990. It was also chosen as the Museum Poster Art of the Year in 1990 for the Society of Animal Artists National Museum Tour 1990-91. It has been in the artists personal collection since then.
Original Available For Sale: Yes
Price: $9,500.00 US

Limited Edition Available: No
Conservation Committment: 10% (Artist commits to donating the indicated portion of proceeds to conservation)
This artwork is dedicated to: International Crane Foundation  


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