5,001.000,00

Agile wallaby

Part of our new collection for 2021 “Iconic Megafauna“. The work was produced between 2018 and 2021 al around Australia and Indonesia.

The agile wallaby (Macropus agilis) is a medium-size marsupial of the genus Macropus formed by 13 species of kangaroos, wallaroos and wallabies found in northern Australia and New Guinea. It is the most common wallaby in Australia’s north. The agile wallaby is a sandy colour, becoming paler below. It is sometimes solitary and at other times sociable and grazes on grasses and other plants. It is not considered threatened.

The Aboriginal Kunwinjku people at Kudjekbinj, western Arnhem Land call this animal konabalar, the male warradjurk and the female malbe. According to Kunwinjku elder Peterson Nganjmirra, the “small one” (joey) is known as njip.

Also available as Black & White split tone image.

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About the collection

Part of our new collection for 2021 “Iconic Megafauna“. The work was produced between 2018 and 2021 al around Australia and Indonesia.

About our prints

We print all our Gicleé copies in-house using the best Japanese Archival inks on Museum Quality Cotton papers such as Canson InfinityHahnemühleIlford Gallerie and Epson Signature Worthy using only the best archival Japanese inks.

The prints are delivered in a recycled protective hardback cardboard envelope or in a rigid cardboard tube depending on size. We have a small number of Limited Editions for our Collections, click here for more information.

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Additional information

Weight0.5 kg
Dimensions30 × 21 × 1 cm
Image type

Colour, Monochrome

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