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Painted in oil on a high-quality 230 g/m2 paper of 12.6 x 9.5 x 0.016 inches.

Every painting is made using the best quality materials.

The painting is signed on the front and includes a unique Certificate of Authenticity.

The colors may look a bit different depending on your screen settings (they are usually brighter on screen).

Please don’t hesitate to contact me for whatever further information.

This painting is based on the original photograph 'Female Juvenile Red-Bellied Woodpecker Fluffing' by Cindy Treger, whose express consent has been requested to use it as a reference.

The Red-bellied Woodpecker is a medium-sized Woodpecker in the Picidae family. All red-bellied woodpeckers show a black and white barred back, white upper tail coverts, greyish white undersides, black chevrons on the lower flanks and below the tail coverts, and barred central tail feathers.

Despite the name, the red on the belly is often not visible in the field, and the most prominent red part of its plumage is on the head. That is why it is often mistaken for the red-haired woodpecker, a somewhat rarer species that are mostly black on the back with large white spots on the wings. Adult males have a red cap that goes from beak to nape; females have a red patch on the nape of the neck and one above the beak.

It breeds primarily in the eastern United States but has extended its range north to Canada. Red-bellied woodpeckers depend on dead trees for nesting. They also use tree crevices and fence posts to store food for later in the year, a habit they share with other woodpeckers of their genus.

Although they sometimes take over the nest of other birds, they are more often the victims of the aggressive European Starling. Up to half of all red-bellied woodpecker nests in some areas are invaded by starlings.

Red-bellied woodpeckers are noisy birds. your typical call sounds like a churr-churr-churr or thrraa-thrraa-thrraa with an alternate sound br-r-r-r-t. As a curiosity, these birds, more frequently males but also females, often "drum" to attract their mates, hitting hollow trees.

Materials used:

Paper, oil painting.

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Pretty Woodpecker (2021)
Oil painting
by Angeles M. Pomata

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Painted in oil on a high-quality 230 g/m2 paper of 12.6 x 9.5 x 0.016 inches.

Every painting is made using the best quality materials.

The painting is signed on the front and includes a unique Certificate of Authenticity.

The colors may look a bit different depending on your screen settings (they are usually brighter on screen).

Please don’t hesitate to contact me for whatever further information.

This painting is based on the original photograph 'Female Juvenile Red-Bellied Woodpecker Fluffing' by Cindy Treger, whose express consent has been requested to use it as a reference.

The Red-bellied Woodpecker is a medium-sized Woodpecker in the Picidae family. All red-bellied woodpeckers show a black and white barred back, white upper tail coverts, greyish white undersides, black chevrons on the lower flanks and below the tail coverts, and barred central tail feathers.

Despite the name, the red on the belly is often not visible in the field, and the most prominent red part of its plumage is on the head. That is why it is often mistaken for the red-haired woodpecker, a somewhat rarer species that are mostly black on the back with large white spots on the wings. Adult males have a red cap that goes from beak to nape; females have a red patch on the nape of the neck and one above the beak.

It breeds primarily in the eastern United States but has extended its range north to Canada. Red-bellied woodpeckers depend on dead trees for nesting. They also use tree crevices and fence posts to store food for later in the year, a habit they share with other woodpeckers of their genus.

Although they sometimes take over the nest of other birds, they are more often the victims of the aggressive European Starling. Up to half of all red-bellied woodpecker nests in some areas are invaded by starlings.

Red-bellied woodpeckers are noisy birds. your typical call sounds like a churr-churr-churr or thrraa-thrraa-thrraa with an alternate sound br-r-r-r-t. As a curiosity, these birds, more frequently males but also females, often "drum" to attract their mates, hitting hollow trees.

Materials used:

Paper, oil painting.

Tags:
#colorful #bird #birds #wildlife #affordable #bird artwork #woodpecker #birds painting #oleo #east berlin #birdlife #american birds #bird lovers #ampomata #pennsylvania birds 
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After more than a decade of clinical psychology private practice in Madrid, some years ago I moved to the National Park of Cabo de Gata on the south coast of... Read more

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