Cherry-throated tanager (Nemosia rourei)

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Nemosia rourei
"Scientific Illustration" series

Cherry-throated tanager perched on a branch

Fine art print on Hahnemuhle Photo Rag 308 paper

marcador Size 30 x 40 cm (approx. 11.8 x 15.7 inches): US$40

Very limited edition. Only 10 prints.

© E. D. Siffert

Detail: head

About the original art featured in this limited edition prints:

© E. D. Siffert

Nemosia rourei
"Scientific Illustration" series

Cherry-throated tanager

Colored pencils on paper
A4 (29,7 x 21 cm)

The original drawing isn't available for sale.

Drawing of a cherry-throated tanager perched on a branch, made with colored pencils on paper. References: photos.

About the cherry-throated tanager:

Scientific name: Nemosia rourei
Classification: passerine bird
Species from Brazilian fauna: yes.

The cherry-throated tanager, so known due to the characteristic red patch near its throat and upper center of the chest, contrasting with the white of the rest of the chest and belly, is a very rare bird found only in the Brazilian Atlantic Forest biome.

With highly degraded habitat, its estimated population is extremely low and it has been classified as a critically endangered species.

About our fine art editions:

High quality reproductions (museum quality, lasting over 150 years), printed on demand, using highly durable archival water-based mineral pigment inks, on 100% acid-free cotton paper.

Limited editions. Print run limited to a certain number of copies and, once sold out, it will not be reissued.

Each copy of the edition is checked, numbered, signed by the artist and accompanied by a certificate of authenticity.

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