This is a painting of an outdoor scene. In it there is a hare that is sitting on the ground eating leaves. The artist used textured strokes to simulate the fur on the hare. There is also a number of plants, some of which are blooming. The texture used on the leaves indicates which leaves are fresh and green, and which ones are dry and brittle. On the ground are small reptiles, snails and insect. On the right side of the painting there is a tree stump with a bird perched on it. The stalks of the thistles create movement drawing the eye upwards. The curvature created by the spine of the leaves, and the tree trunks in the background, also creates movement for the eye to follow.