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Sir Milton Brahman by Anica Amphlett is an original watercolour painting, on Saunders Waterford 300gsm paper, with dimensions of 54cm x 36cm, and requires framing.

Original watercolour painting of a male Brahman in our local area, unframed.

One of our lazy Sunday afternoon drives rewarded us with the viewing of a male Brahman bull. He was huge, majestic and friendly-looking. I went to greet him, but his head was so big, I felt a bit of hesitance, I don’t know why, as it was totally unjustified. I stood back in admiration and was thinking how strange it was to see him grazing on such thick green grass when they are more commonly seen up in northern areas where the grass isn’t as green and the land is quite bare.

I named him Sir Milton Brahman, as I found him on the beautiful lush green rolling hills of Milton on the South Coast of NSW.

I love to paint all things to do with nature and have a special love of animals.

 

 

 

Sir Milton Brahman

Anica Amphlett

AUD$450
Size: 54w x 36h cms
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Watercolour-gouache on Saunders Waterford 300gsm CP paper

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Sir Milton Brahman by Anica Amphlett is an original watercolour painting, on Saunders Waterford 300gsm paper, with dimensions of 54cm x 36cm, and requires framing.

Original watercolour painting of a male Brahman in our local area, unframed.

One of our lazy Sunday afternoon drives rewarded us with the viewing of a male Brahman bull. He was huge, majestic and friendly-looking. I went to greet him, but his head was so big, I felt a bit of hesitance, I don’t know why, as it was totally unjustified. I stood back in admiration and was thinking how strange it was to see him grazing on such thick green grass when they are more commonly seen up in northern areas where the grass isn’t as green and the land is quite bare.

I named him Sir Milton Brahman, as I found him on the beautiful lush green rolling hills of Milton on the South Coast of NSW.

I love to paint all things to do with nature and have a special love of animals.

 

 

 

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