• Summer Breeze New Holland Honeyeater
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Summer Breeze – New Holland Honeyeater by Anica Amphlett is an original watercolour painting. It measures 27cm x 37cm and is unframed.

It goes without saying, that every time I visit the reserve on the headland, I will have the pleasure of seeing some New Holland Honeyeaters. They flit from tree to scrub and are often seen on the very top of a dead tree. They have a distinct white eye and these lovely whiskery feathers around their face. Apart from basic black and white, they have yellow in their wings and on the edge of their feathers.
I have depicted the above honeyeater in a summery scene, with background pastel colours hinting at the warm atmospheric conditions.
Did you know that New Holland Honeyeaters were one of the first birds identified/classified and given a name back in early settlement days?

Summer Breeze – New Holland Honeyeater

Anica Amphlett

AUD$490
Size: 27w x 37h cms
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Watercolour on Baohong 300gsm cold-pressed paper

Requires framing to hang

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Additional Information

Summer Breeze – New Holland Honeyeater by Anica Amphlett is an original watercolour painting. It measures 27cm x 37cm and is unframed.

It goes without saying, that every time I visit the reserve on the headland, I will have the pleasure of seeing some New Holland Honeyeaters. They flit from tree to scrub and are often seen on the very top of a dead tree. They have a distinct white eye and these lovely whiskery feathers around their face. Apart from basic black and white, they have yellow in their wings and on the edge of their feathers.
I have depicted the above honeyeater in a summery scene, with background pastel colours hinting at the warm atmospheric conditions.
Did you know that New Holland Honeyeaters were one of the first birds identified/classified and given a name back in early settlement days?

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