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Vanessa Thorman Studio

Zebras - Fine Art Print

Zebras - Fine Art Print

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Plains Zebras Print of Original Watercolor Painting by Vanessa Thorman

  • Species: Equus Quagga (Plains Zebra)
  • Orientation: Landscape (horizontal)
  • Materials: 100% cotton, acid-free fine art paper with a matte finish. Ultra-thick (300 grams) with a luxurious feel. Archival inks for enduring beauty.
  • Options: Various options are available - please select your preferred size from the dropdown menu. The print is unframed.
  • Giclée Method: Museum-quality archival reproduction of an original watercolor painting by Vanessa Thorman created using the giclée method, which is the highest standard for fine art prints.
  • Care Instructions: To maximize the life of your artwork, keep it away from direct sunlight.
  • Hand-signed and dated by the artist for added authenticity.


Please note that this listing is for the giclée print onlyThe print comes unframed and without a mat, allowing you the freedom to personalize the presentation according to your unique style. The lifestyle photos provided showcase how the print would look when framed, offering inspiration for your own display options.

My artwork allows you to live with your favorite bird and animals (without the mess!), bringing with it the beauty and serenity that only nature can provide. Studies have shown that bird and wildlife artwork improves mental health and overall well-being? So, uplift your spirit with this zebra painting!

Copyright © Vanessa Thorman Fine Art. All rights reserved

Reference photograph credit to Hector Astorga Photography

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Did you know?

The Plains Zebra is renowned for its iconic black and white striped coat. Each individual has a unique stripe pattern, much like a human's fingerprint, which allows researchers and conservationists to identify and track zebras in the wild easily.

Zebras are highly social animals and usually live in large herds consisting of several individuals, led by a dominant male. By forming these large groups, zebras can protect themselves from predators. The collective vigilance and cooperation of the herd help in spotting potential threats, such as lions or hyenas, and the sheer number of zebras can often deter predators from attacking.

Zebras are excellent long-distance runners and can reach speeds of up to 40 miles per hour (64 kilometers per hour). This ability helps them evade predators and traverse vast distances in search of resources.

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