Tag: water

Moropus elatus (Chalicotheriidae), Miocene, North America

Oil paint on paper, 2019

42 x 29,5 cm

Black swan (Cygnus atratus)

Watercolour, 2018

24 x 16 cm

Dipterus valenciennesi (Dipnoi) & Asteroxylon eberfeldense (Lycopodiaceae), Middle Devonian, Europe

Acrylic & oil paint on paper, 2018

40 x 30 cm

Northern pike (Esox lucius)

Watercolor, 2018

32 x 24 cm

The picture was painted from a living specimen at the Thuringian centre for wildlife conservation in Ranis.

Mastodonsaurus giganteus (Temnospondyli) & Thecodontosaurus antiquus (Sauropodomorpha), Upper Triassic, Europe

Watercolour & acrylic paint on paper, 2017/18

70 x 50 cm

Art & Vielfalt – Impressionen aus der Tierwelt, 2018, Museum für Naturkunde Magdeburg

Campylognathoides liasicus (Campylognathoididae) & Peloneustes philarchus (Pliosauroidea), Middle JurassicEurope

Pencil, 2017

29,5 x 21 cm

 

Ash-leaved maple (Acer negundo), Sapindaceae

Watercolour, 2017

32 x 24 cm

The picture originated during an educational jurney to the South of France.

Filtrating greater flamingo (Phoenicopterus roseus)

Pencil, 2017

The picture originated during an educational jurney to the South of France in the “Parc Ornithologique de Pont de Gau”.

Sketches of two tambaqui (Colossoma macropomum)

Pencil, 2017

29,5 x 21 cm

The picture originated during an educational jurney to the South of France in “La serre amazonienne” in Montpellier.

Juvenile water scorpions (Nepa cinerea)

Watercolour, 2017

32 x 24 cm

Diving king penguins (Aptenodytes patagonicus), Subantarctica

Oil on canvas, 2016

50 x 40 cm

Brook

Acrylic paint on canvas, 2016/17

40 x 40 cm

Riverbank of the Elbe across from Altkaditz

Acrylic paint on paper, 2016

32 x 24 cm

Eurhinosaurus longirostris (Ichthyosauria), Early Jurassic, Europe

Pencil, 2016

40 x 29,5 cm

Art & Vielfalt – Impressionen aus der Tierwelt, 2016, Museum für Naturkunde Magdeburg

Psephoderma alpinum (Placodontia), Late Triassic, Europe

Coloured pencil, 2015/16

70 x 50 cm

Art & Vielfalt – Impressionen aus der Tierwelt, 2016, Museum für Naturkunde Magdeburg

Northern Sea Nettle (Chrysaora melanaster): This jellyfish belongs to the class of Scyphozoa. Its tentacles can achieve 3 metres. It plunges 100 metres under sea level and feeds on large zooplankton, small fish and other jellyfish.

Oil paint on panel, 2015

80 x 64 cm

Art & Vielfalt – Impressionen aus der Tierwelt, 2016, Museum für Naturkunde Magdeburg

corbicula_fluminea_marcus_burkhardt

The Asian clam (Corbicula fluminea (O. F. Müller, 1774)), introduced from Southeast Asia to Germany in the 1980s, is often found in the Elbe near Dresden.

Watercolour, 2016

29,5 x 21 cm

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