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Some more progress on the fifth in the series ‘Constellation Fauna’. Layed in the background and the color block for the bears. The bears of course represent the constellations Ursa Major and Ursa Minor.

Should be finished pretty soon!

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Canes Venatici, the Hunting Dogs, await the command from their master, the Hunter.

“Canes Venatici” represented by a trio of hounds, is the fourth in the new series of paintings, “Constellation Fauna”. This series pertains to the constellations and their real or not so real animal counterparts. The image is an illustrated painting of the animal covered with the constellation bearing its name.

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Vulpecula seeks to earn his reputation as the sly old fox.

“Vulpecula” represented by the red fox, is the third in the new series of paintings, “Constellation Fauna”. This series pertains to the constellations and their real or not so real animal counterparts. The image is an illustrated painting of the animal covered with the constellation bearing its name.

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Cetus the Sea Monster

Cetus the Sea Monster soothes ocean-goers with its majestic song.

“Cetus”, represented by the whale, or sea monster in older times, is the second in a new series of paintings, “Constellation Fauna”. This series pertains to the constellations and their real or not so real animal counterparts. The image is an illustrated painting of the animal covered with the constellation bearing its name.

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Cygnus floats daintily on the gently lolling waters of his favorite pond.

“Cygnus” represented by the black swan, is the first in my new series of paintings, “Constellation Fauna”. This series pertains to the constellations and their real or not so real animal counterparts. The image is an illustrated painting of the animal covered with the constellation bearing its name.

This listing is for a print of the original painting, on Epson Velvet Fine Art Paper Matte Finish sized 11×14 with white border of .25 inches.

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