A collection of artworks depicting elephants from various artists using different media. Focusing on the pieces being from the early days. Most of these selections are flat pieces using ink, paper and watercolors. 

This elephant goes back to the roots of the indian culture due to it's arabic text above the elephant.
A very old simple sketch of an elephant back in 1600.
Interesting use of color was created by Watanabe.
The elephants trunk is the main focus of the work and has an interesting contrast of color.
The media used in this piece is water color on a gold and silver paper.
A basic pencil drawing that focuses on the details of the elephant.
Elephant painting incorporated into street art/modern art.
Watercolour and gouache on paper.
Was created in 1608-1612 by Roelant Savery. He used black and red chalk as his media.
Asian women using the elephant for transportation create in the historical period of Meiji era.
Famous elephants from india at play is a piece that was created in the Edo period and the Medium used was Woodblock print; ink and color on paper.
Credits: All media
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