White Morphed Reddish Egret Shadow Fishing - Canvas Giclee Painting

Barbara Fallenbaum

Painting of a White Morphed Reddish Egret.  Long-legged, long-necked wader, more tied to salt water than any of the other herons or egrets.  They draw attention by their feeding behavior;  running through shallows with long strides, staggering sideways, leaping in air, raising one or both wings and abruptly stabbing at fish.  At other times they Shadow Fish.  Reddish Egrets are colorful creatures, they are either dark morphed or white morphed for life.  The dark morph is more common.  White morphs are similar to other egrets, except for a larger bill with the pinkish base.  The Reddish Egret is on the endangered species list as they did not repopulated as well from the plume hunters of the 1800s.

    • This beautiful giclee is perfectly color matched, produced in the United States using archival pigment inks that produces a rich and realist print that will last indefinitely.  Gallery wrapped canvas, ready to hang, no frame required.
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    • Choose the size that suites your space.  These are stretched and ready to hang.
    • If you opt for the framed version - The frame is solid wood and custom for the Giclee that you order.  They are made in our studio, it takes 2 -3 weeks from the time you order.  We custom finish each one with an undercoated metallic glaze and a nice cream crackle top coat.  No two are a like!
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