Wall color:

"<a href="https://www.artistsforconservation.org/virtual-exhibit/21298/artist/1355/artwork/irvingtonian-fauna-southern-california-22049">Irvingtonian Fauna of Southern California</a>" by Mark Hallett | United States
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Irvingtonian Fauna of Southern California

Wallhanging by Mark Hallett
Dimensions:
6.00" H x 4.00" W
Medium:
Gouache
Year Completed:
2022
Subject(s):
Early Pleistocene Mammals
Original for Sale:
NFS
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This scene depicts the plants and animals that inhabited Southern California in the area of the Ralph B. Clark Regional Center during the early Pleistocene Epoch, known from preserved fossil remains. Large, now extinct mammals included tapirs, lamas, two species of horse, Columbian Mammoth, Camel, Ground Sloth and Sabercat, while Coyote, Gray Fox, Ring-tailed Cat and Skunk prowled the grassland or sheltered underground. The streams and ponds were rich in invertebrates and fish, which attracted a variety of water birds.

 

 

Irvingtonian Fauna of Southern California | Wallhanging by Mark Hallett | Artists for Conservation 2022