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Jaguar painting for sale, leopard painting for sale, animal painting for sale

Original artwork, an oil painting on linen canvas.


To create this piece of art 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.

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

The Story Behind This Original Oil Painting


As a top-level carnivore, the big cat helps maintain a diversity of species by regulating prey numbers and competing with other, smaller carnivores. Jaguars are also important in human culture, frequently playing a central role in the stories, songs, and prayers of indigenous people. Yet today, jaguars have been almost eliminated from the United States and populations in Central and South America are falling because of habitat destruction, trophy hunting, and conflict with humans. For jaguars to make a comeback in the United States, the U.S. Fish, and Wildlife Service must revise its recovery plan to support the restoration of jaguars to the full array of ecological settings that they occupied before they were eradicated. Jaguars are solitary animals and live and hunt alone, except during mating season. The jaguar hunts mostly on the ground, but it sometimes climbs a tree and pounces on its prey from above. Unlike most big cats, the jaguar loves the water. Kittens stay with their mother for 1-1.5 years.

Jaguar Painting | Original Oil Painting For Sale