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Przewalski horse study

A przewalski horse painted in acylics in Munich zoo

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Fran A.H. Alvarado hat gesagt…
Genial Pachalis.
El caballo de Przewalski, junto con el bisonte europeo... tiene un aura mística, ver con vida estas criaturas que pintaron en las cavernas los primeros Wildlife Artists me deja sin palabras.
Ahora en Asturias hay un centro de cría en libertad de estos magníficos équidos.
Un saludo
Paschalis Dougalis hat gesagt…
They are indeed Fran!
As you may have seen I did many studies in the past of both Przewalski`s and Bisons, and I`m sure I`ll never get bored studying and sketching them..
You are most of all a sculptor and I wish to see your interpretation of these animals sometime...
Your approach to your subject is both unusual and innovative!

Paschalis

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