Ali Armstrong

Quagga Print

from 25.00
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Quagga Print

from 25.00

The Quagga is an extinct subspecies of the Plains Zebra from South Africa. It became extinct in 1883.

Small

Image size- 11x14
paper size- 8x12
 

Large

Image size- 14x21
paper size- 18x24
Matte Archival paper

The quote on the side of the painting is by an English military engineer and hunter, Major Sir William Cornwallis Harris. He wrote it in 1840

"Moving slowly across the profile of the ocean-like horizon, uttering a shrill, barking neigh, of which its name forms a correct imitation, long files of quaggas continually remind the early traveler of a rival caravan on its march. Bands of many hundreds are thus frequently seen doing their migration from the dreary and desolate plains of some portion of the interior, which has formed their secluded abode, seeking for those more luxuriant pastures where, during the summer months, various herbs thrust forth their leaves and flowers to form a green carpet."

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The Quagga is an extinct subspecies of the Plains Zebra from South Africa. It became extinct in 1883.

Small

Image size- 11x14
paper size- 8x12
 

Large

Image size- 14x21
paper size- 18x24
Matte Archival paper

The quote on the side of the painting is by an English military engineer and hunter, Major Sir William Cornwallis Harris. He wrote it in 1840

"Moving slowly across the profile of the ocean-like horizon, uttering a shrill, barking neigh, of which its name forms a correct imitation, long files of quaggas continually remind the early traveler of a rival caravan on its march. Bands of many hundreds are thus frequently seen doing their migration from the dreary and desolate plains of some portion of the interior, which has formed their secluded abode, seeking for those more luxuriant pastures where, during the summer months, various herbs thrust forth their leaves and flowers to form a green carpet."

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