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Lion hunting Zebra painting, lion eating zebra painting for sale

Original Artwork, oil painting on linen canvas,

Semi-Realistic style, one-of-a-kind, incomparable more than a unique piece of art.

 

Type of canvas: linen fabrics, comes first in terms of strength and not absorbing refined paint oils

 

The artist used:

Sable brushes; While many other natural and synthetic hairs are used for brushes, nothing has quite matched the quality of sable. A brush head made from kolinsky sable, a Siberian weasel that's hair is said to cost three times the price of gold by weight, is the best for control and pinpoint accuracy.

 

For solvents, the artist used turpentine, which increases the fluidity of oil paints but makes the binder oil dry faster, also used clove oil as a solvent to delay the dryness of the binder, as it delays the oxidation process.

As a binder, the artist used Linseed oil, which dries to form a strong flexible film, and also Safflower oil(which takes more time to dry).

Artists mixed high-quality pigments with both Binder(linseed oil) and Solvent(turpentine) to create the desired consistency and finish.

 

Impasto technique; Impasto is a technique used in painting, where paint is laid on canvas thickly, usually thick enough that the brush or painting-knife strokes are visible, when dry, impasto provides texture.

 

Lions can’t run very fast. they are pretty slow.  Plus, they can’t run for very long without getting out of breath.  Because of this, lions need to be clever hunters.  By stalking their prey they are able to get as close as possible before the chase begins.  Very slowly, crouching near the ground, lions creep as near to their victims as possible.   Making sure they haven’t been seen or heard, they can then jump on an animal very quickly, taking it by surprise.

When hunting smaller animals, lions will often ankle-tap their prey.  By clipping an animal’s ankle from behind while it is walking or running, the lion aims to trip it up, making it easier to catch.  Larger animals are brought to the ground by jumping on their backs.  This is usually when the bigger, stronger male lions decide to join in.

 

Do you ever feel lonely at home? Do you think your house is too empty, the walls too bare? Don't be concerned. Everyone experiences a "stuck in the same house" feeling at some point. Fortunately, art has a fantastic solution to this. Yes, you read that correctly.

The hyper-realism style of wildlife oil paintings is appealing. Oil paintings, after all, are renowned for their rich textures, quality of color, as well as layering. 

 

Most good artists use oil paint as their medium because it is highly versatile and produces various effects. As a result, the artist can create realistic-looking visuals or hyper-realistic wildlife art.

This is all hand-painted great artwork, believe it or not. It would be best if you realized the artwork we're sharing here is made up of something other than visual arts drawings. 

 

This is a glimpse of wildlife captured in oil paintings. Look at wildlife sights painted on canvas to see how nature is displayed in a very intimate way. This oil painting depicts the lives of animals in a straightforward yet truly inspirational manner.

 

What exactly are hyperrealistic paintings?

Hand-created canvas works of art that appear like exceptionally high photographs are known as hyper-realistic paintings. The version, structure, and insert of the painted scene appear to be a reality today. The audience is often taken aback by hyper-realistic works of art.

 

What is the distinction between an original and a reproduction?

As a result, an original print, as opposed to a copy, is rightly regarded a piece of artwork. A reproduction is a duplicate of an initial painting. In the past, the original art was captured on camera and recreated by a mitigate press, which used inks on wide format printing.

 

How, then, is my oil painting worth anything?

Consider hiring an appraiser to assist you in determining the worth of your artwork. Valuers are highly trained professionals who work for a price. 

 

They appraise your artwork and provide you with a written statement of its value. Although the institutions listed below do not offer appraisals, they publish a directory of their participants.

 

The realistic artwork is incredible, absolutely breathtaking. The wildlife art appears to be approaching you. 

Wildlife painting is so practical and comprehensive that you'll feel like living with an owl or a giraffe. With one of the wildlife paintings on your wall, you'll never feel alone or stuck at home again.