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This is limited edition on premium paper measuring 21cm square (8.26 x 8.26") . The artwork comes with a certificate of authenticity and is unframed.   It is part of a small edition run of 200, is signed by myself,  and will arrive unframed in an acid free enclosure to protect the work.



I have so many photographs of this beautiful bird, who was chattering away to me a few years ago when I was lucky enough to have my camera on me. This little painting is detailed using a micro-brush and took me two days to paint using oil paint in multiple layers.


Kākāriki, means “small green parrot”in Māori and they are native birds to New Zealand. There are five species, and the one I have painted is the red crowned parakeet. The birds generally nest in holes in trees or in crevices along cliffs and are generally only found in predator-free sanctuaries or islands.


Kākāriki are usually solitary birds, but can be found in pairs, or in small flocks in autumn and winter. They make a loud rapid chatter when flying and sometimes chatter when feeding.


Information sourced from the Department of Conservation and Zealandia.


Shipping (includes packaging, insurance, sent via courier with signature requred):

New Zealand - choose "prints on paper" at Cart - Free Shipping

Australia - choose "Australia Small" at Cart NZ$48

International - sorry, this is the current crazy courier prices.  Choose "International Small" at Cart NZ$135 

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Printed on 310gsm Ilford Galerie Prestige - 100% cotton rag. The coarse structured surface allows for a beautiful traditional watercolour look and feel, whilst still reproducing pin-sharp details and colour consistency. Archival inks are used that last up to 200 years.


Photographs are an indication of what the artworks could look like and are not the exact size of the artworks. Other items in the photograph are not included.


Copyright Andrea Robinson Fine Art

Kākāriki- limited edition print unframed

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