This painting of a Cooper’s hawk is meticulously painted with intricate feather details, sharp talons and beak. Take a look at this bird of prey up close! The Cooper’s hawk was named after an ornithologist William Cooper in 1828. They live in North America and are considered a stable species, Yay!
The branch that this Cooper’s hawk is perched on is rather imaginary. The terracotta colored “fruits” that hang and purely fantasy. Along with the blue colored leaves, the fruits add color and whimsy to the piece. The dark moody background gives it a masculine dark academia edge.
The original is 18″ X 24″ acrylic on canvas. Enjoy complimentary shipping in the US. Prints are available, just ask!