Grévy Zebra of Lewa

The Grévy Zebra is the largest and most endangered species of zebra. It’s tall, has large ears and its stripes are narrower than with other zebras. It can survive up to 5 days without water. The Grévy zebra does not live in harems. Male territoriality and mother-foal relationships form the basis of their social system. I love this picture of the mother and foal as they really showed me a very strong relationship. Their playful bonding games and their caring nature for each other was a pleasure to watch and reminded me of early parenting with our own children. The mother and foal standing close to each other giving shelter and protection for each other, reflects for me this special social bond.

This image of the PRIDE OF AFRICA Collection (African Wildlife) is available to purchase as a limited edition print in 5 different sizes.
The edition size is 101 prints per image plus Artist Proofs of which each size has a certain amount of prints allocated to it. All artworks are personally approved, individually numbered and signed by the artist, Klaus Tiedge. Each artwork is delivered with a Certificate of Authenticity.
We are using Giclee printing method on high quality archival fine art (Hahnemühle German Etching) paper.

For this image the following sizes are available (including white border):

  •   64 x   36 cm – 24 x 14 inch
  •   96 x   54 cm – 37 x 21 inch
  • 128 x   73 cm – 50 x 28 inch
  • 149 x   85 cm – 58 x 33 inch
  • 214 x 108 cm – 84 x 42 inch
  • Edition  50
  • Edition  20
  • Edition  15
  • Edition  10
  • Edition  6
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