Goat and Two Kids, is a drawing of a mother goat, standing by her two baby goats as they lie in rest. The goats, particularly the mother, take up nearly the entire space, making them the sole focus. While the goats are in detail, the background is sparse and the lines are further apart, making it less intense. The lines creating the goats give the illusion of a fur texture. The closer line create shading and darker markings on them, while the white color makes a contrasting highlight in comparison to the dark areas and the grayish material of the paper. With all of the goats facing the viewer, it can serve as a study of their different expressions; one of the kids has is mouth open in a bleat, while the other two goats are gazing more serenely.