Gallery of animals

Monkey, Hashimoto Kansetsu, 1940, From the collection of: Adachi Museum of Art
I chose this artwork to be in my gallery because it is simpel and there is not much in the painting and it makes the painting look good.
Kid and Sparrows, Sakakibara Shiho, 1926, From the collection of: Adachi Museum of Art
I chose this for my gallery because I like the way the colours are similar to each other and mold together.
Cod Piece, Rhyll Plant, 2003, From the collection of: Museums Victoria
I chose this artwork to be in my gallary because I like the way the cod is separated into pieces and I also like the way the pieces are shaped into lilly pads.
Boobook owl, The Sydney Bird Painter, (c. 1790-1800), From the collection of: National Gallery of Victoria
I chose this painting because I like the way it is only of the bird and nothing else.
Puppy Playing with a Pheasant Feather, Attributed to Yi Am, Korean, 1499 - 1566, 16th century, From the collection of: Philadelphia Museum of Art
I chose this artwork because I find the artwork cute and simple.
Three Huia (Heteralocha acutirostris), J. G. Keulemans, circa 1900, From the collection of: Te Papa
I chose this painting because I like the detail and that there are two black birds and one white bird.
Red Squirrel, Hans Hoffmann, 1578, From the collection of: National Gallery of Art, Washington DC
I chose this art work becuase it is only has the squirrel in the art work but the squirrel has lots of detail.
Wood White Butterfly, Delias aganippe, Arthur Bartholomew, 1861, From the collection of: Museums Victoria
I chose this art work because I like the way the buterfilies are only half coloured in.
Death on a pale horse, Joseph Mallord William Turner, Around 1825, From the collection of: Tate Britain
This art work ise't relly an animal art work but I chose it because I like how the colours mold together and how it's like an illousion.
A Pelican and Other Birds near a Pool, known as 'The Floating Feather', Melchior d'Hondecoeter, Around 1680, From the collection of: Rijksmuseum
I chose this artwork because I like how the artwork has lots of divesity all the birds have.
Anguish, August Friedrich Albrecht Schenck, 1876/1880, From the collection of: National Gallery of Victoria
I like this painting because it shows a lot of emotion. The painting shows a ewe protecting her dead lamb from the crows.
Pangloss, Stubbs, George, about 1762, From the collection of: Indianapolis Museum of Art at Newfields
I chose this artwork because the horse looks like it is real and I think the painting looks like it is a photo.
Inko mizuka (Parrot and Laurel), Nakayama Sugakudo, 1859, From the collection of: Museo de Bellas Artes de Bilbao
I chose this art work because it is simple and efective. I also chose it because it has no backround wich makes the pariot stand out.
Sword handle (bird and snake), Akan, 1850/1900, From the collection of: The Museum of Fine Arts, Houston
I chose this because it was interesting in how it was a sword handel yet it also had animals in it.
Log dog, Aleks Danko, 1970, From the collection of: Art Gallery of New South Wales
I chose this artwork to be in my gallary because I found it interesting in how the artist made a log that resembels a dog and made it have a lead and collar and i found it creative.
Duck heaven, Willem Maris, circa 1885, From the collection of: Kunstmuseum
It is an interesting painting and I like it because I like the way the colours are all similare and how the ducks stand out.
Crimson Horned Pheasant (Satyr Tragapan), Artist/maker unknown, Indian, c. 1775-1800, From the collection of: Philadelphia Museum of Art
I chose this painting because the painting looks like it real and I like the way it has lots of detail.
Murray Spiny Crayfish, Euastacus armatus, Ludwig Becker, 1860 - 1861, From the collection of: Museums Victoria
I chose this painting because I found it interesting that the painting has the crayfish and then it has the different parts of the cray fish in greater detail.
The Peacock Clock, James Cox, 1770s, From the collection of: The State Hermitage Museum
I chose this artwork because it uses lots of different animals around the tree yet it is still a clock.
I chose this artwork because I like the way the artist put so many animals together with detail. I also find it interesting seeing all the animals in the same painting.
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