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Iberian Lynx is a wild cat species endemic to the Iberian Peninsula in southwestern Europe, especially in Andalucia, the place where I currently live. It is listed as Endangered on the IUCN Red List. In the 20th century, the Iberian lynx population had declined because of overhunting, fragmentation of suitable habitats, and the population decline of its main prey species, the European rabbit. Illegal traps set for rabbits and foxes were leading causes for lynx fatality in the 1990s. During the last 20 years, its population has grown little by little! And yet, every year, several Iberian lynxes die when trying to cross highways with heavy traffic.

My Mandala represents Iberian Lynx surrounded by the ornament of traditional Andalusian ceramic tiles, to make an allusion to the area where this animal most inhabits.

For all animal lovers as I am, and those who care about the wellbeing and survival of all species on the Planet. Every Life counts.

Original Mandala painting by Diana Titova.

Oil painting on Canvas
Unframed, ready to hang.
Size: 50×50×4cm / 19,5x19,5x1,5 in
Canvas stretched on a wooden stretcher, painted around the edges to compliment the artwork and doesn’t need framing. This artwork was created using professional oil paint.
Signed on the back side and comes with the certificate of authenticity.

The artwork will be shipped with Express Mail Service, fully tracked. It will be shipped in a cardboard box (highly safe packaging).

Materials used:

oil

Tags:
#wild animal painting #big cats. wildlife. #grey and ochre #animal lover decor #traditional spanish pattern 
Mandala Iberian Lynx (2021)
Oil painting
by Diana Titova

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Iberian Lynx is a wild cat species endemic to the Iberian Peninsula in southwestern Europe, especially in Andalucia, the place where I currently live. It is listed as Endangered on the IUCN Red List. In the 20th century, the Iberian lynx population had declined because of overhunting, fragmentation of suitable habitats, and the population decline of its main prey species, the European rabbit. Illegal traps set for rabbits and foxes were leading causes for lynx fatality in the 1990s. During the last 20 years, its population has grown little by little! And yet, every year, several Iberian lynxes die when trying to cross highways with heavy traffic.

My Mandala represents Iberian Lynx surrounded by the ornament of traditional Andalusian ceramic tiles, to make an allusion to the area where this animal most inhabits.

For all animal lovers as I am, and those who care about the wellbeing and survival of all species on the Planet. Every Life counts.

Original Mandala painting by Diana Titova.

Oil painting on Canvas
Unframed, ready to hang.
Size: 50×50×4cm / 19,5x19,5x1,5 in
Canvas stretched on a wooden stretcher, painted around the edges to compliment the artwork and doesn’t need framing. This artwork was created using professional oil paint.
Signed on the back side and comes with the certificate of authenticity.

The artwork will be shipped with Express Mail Service, fully tracked. It will be shipped in a cardboard box (highly safe packaging).

Materials used:

oil

Tags:
#wild animal painting #big cats. wildlife. #grey and ochre #animal lover decor #traditional spanish pattern 
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Diana Titova is a Spain-based artist born in Russia. Love of art accompanied her throughout her life, whether it was fine art, applied arts, or the history of art. Consequently,... Read more

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