A dazzling original painting by Robert Oxley.

 Inspired by David Attenborough’s new BBC One documentary, Seven Worlds, One Planet, Robert Oxley created this drip-effect artwork to celebrate the endangered red panda.

Taking its name from the Nepali word ‘ponya’ – meaning bamboo or plant-eating animal – this species resides largely in the Eastern Himalayas. Their red fur acts as a camouflage, while their long, bushy tail helps them to balance and protects them in cold and harsh winds.  

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Image size: 39.37in x 39.37in 100cm x 100cm
Subject: Wildlife

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