Robins, (1986)
Signed and Numbered Limited Edition of 950, Offset on Paper. Published with Black-capped Chickadees, Bluebirds, Meadowlark, Red-winged Blackbirds as part of a series of five song birds.
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Image Size 15¾” x 8¼” *
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The American robin is a familiar sight to me now, but it took me several years of studying and field research before I felt I could paint it well.

I find striking differences when I compare the European robin to the American robin. European robins are small, fragile and brownish-gray in color with a bright orange-brown breast. They are elegant and one of the most popular birds in all Europe.

The American robin, on the other hand, reminds me more of the European blackbird. The American robin is hardier and is often seen in groups, whereas the European robin is a solitary bird. I enjoy watching this handsome thrush as he searches for earthworms and eats berries.

Carl Brenders