Pencil drawing by Mahendra Rathod


  • Pencil drawing, Paper
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  • Size: 14.96 × 10.87 × 0.04 in (unframed) / 13.39 × 7.87 in (actual image size)
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  • Signed on the back

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Mahendra Rathod

United Kingdom

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Artist's description:

Lions, those majestic creatures that prowl the savannah, have plenty of stereotypes. They’re often labeled King of the Jungle, can be seen as beautiful and regal, or may even be viewed as fearful predators. However, what about lions being maternal and loving?

Obviously all lions have a mother, but you don’t typically get caught up in that aspect when you think of these big cats. But these artwork show how the queens of the jungle have something much more to offer than the wild manes, sharp teeth, and ferocious growls that their male counterparts are famous for: maternal love. How carefully lioness moves her cubs to new den. and she does it several times a month. Using good reference I have tried to bring good loving expression on the face.

Materials used:

HeavyWeight Paper ~ PRISMALO Aquarelle Coloured Pencil Caran D'ache (SWISS MADE)

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