This spectacular, black, white and gold, medium-sized honeyeater is an endangered bird endemic to South Eastern Australia.
The Regent Honeyeater was once common in wooded areas eastern Australia, especially along the inland slopes of the Great Dividing Range.
Their preferred food is nectar of eucalyptus trees. However, like most honeyeaters, they have a broad diet, including nectar from mistletoes and other plants and insects.
It's printed in Australia on a beautiful Hahnemühle Fine Art archival paper with a margin.
Available in 2 sizes.
Fits standard frames (e.g. Freedom or Kmart).
Free shipping within Australia.
Sold unframed / delivered flat (A4) or rolled (A3) in a strudy tube.
Shipped within 4-5 working days.
All prices are in $AUD.
ABOUT THE WORK
- Medium: Archival pigment print
- Image size: A4: 17.9cm x 26.2cm | A3: 25.7cm x 38cm
- Paper size: A4: 21cm x 29.7cm | A3: 29.7cm x 42cm
- Edition size: Open
Once you choose the size, you will see in the picture how the print looks with margins.
The image is slightly cropped on the sides in smaller prints.
Please note the frame in the photo is for illustrative purposes only and is not included.
Also, due to the difference in computer monitors, it can be difficult to accurately represent the actual colours of the artworks. I have tried my very best to represent the colours as closely as possible.