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"Huia". Part of the "New Zealand Aviary" series. This is a bird that didn't survive the arrival of humans to New Zealand. Mammals (except for one type of bat) were unknown until human settlement reached the far South Pacific. The results decimated the bird population.

A word about etching: The process saw its origins in the early Renaissance and has been popular with artists for centuries. The drawing is scratched into a copper plate with a needle and a variety of other techniques. Ink is then rubbed into these marks and the image is transferred to the paper by running the copper plate through a very heavy etching press.

Image size: 5.5"x 7"
Printed by hand on white paper with black ink.
Etched in copper and drawn by hand.
Edition size: 200

All etchings for sale unframed.

Extinct Bird Etching original hand drawn


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  • Handmade item
  • Primary color: Black
  • Secondary color: White
  • Materials: ink, paper
  • Ships worldwide from United States
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