Art print of a leopard and cubs

Mashaba And Her Cubs

Size 1.3m x 1m

 

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Original watercolour painting of a mother leopard and her cubs.

 

Also available as limited edition prints.

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Painting of a leopard and cubs

Painting of a leopard and leopard cubs. Leopard cubs depend upon their mothers until about the age of 10 months. However, they can sometimes stay with their leopard mother for much longer. An original wildlife watercolour painting by wildlife artist, Sue Dickinson Sue Dickenson Sue Dickson Sue Dixon.

Original watercolours are difficult due to the watercolour watercolor paint being almost impossible to remove after it’s on the paper. For this reason, animal paintings of leopard are demanding for animal artists to do.

Painted in watercolour by animal artist, Sue Dickinson. Available for sale now!

Recognised as one of South Africa’s foremost Wildlife Animal Watercolour Artists, Sue Dickinson’s work is highly regarded and collected the world over.

Paintings of leopards

Females will only allow males close to them during mating season, Leopards mate every 15 to 20 minutes over a period of 3 days.

 

The Leopards vision at night is 7 times that of a human and hearing is 5 times better than that of a human. At birth the cubs eyes are shut and remain so for up to 2 weeks.

 

Both Leopards and Lions roar. Leopards like to swim while Lions do not. Leopards forelimbs are stronger than that of a Lion.

 

Leopard are amongst my top animals to see in the wild and I can only hope that anyone that visits this beautiful little town can experience the thrill and sheer beauty of these elusive animals.

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