Bird of Paradise Series

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Birds of Paradise are found in the islands of New Guinea and there are forty different species. It is the males who are best known for their plumage, with elaborate, long feathers on their heads, beaks or wings. They are culturally significant to the people of New Guinea but unfortunately they are threatened by habitat loss and hunting for collectors.

St George's Hospital



Bird of Paradise Series




oil on canvas


H 100 x W 200 cm (E)

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commissioned using the Improvement Fund

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