There are over forty species of cormorants but only two inhabit British coastal regions, the Great Cormorant and the Common Shag. They breed in colonies by the sea but also inland. Coastal birds have a short breeding season whereas inland birds have longer, some of which tend to nest in trees.
A common sight around the rocky coast. These impressive birds stand immobile for ages drying off their wings after diving deep in the sea for fish.
I have captured this moment in this painting.
The picture continues down the sides of the canvas and the wire on the back enables instant hanging.
I have treated the painting with UV varnish to resist fading.
Original artwork with signed Certificate of Authenticity
W 12.00" x H 9.50" D 1.50"
Media: acrylic
Surface: stretched canvas
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