Drawing, Original | 34 × 31 cm | Framed


1 in stock

Charcoal drawing.

As quoted by Natalie: ” The Iberian wolf is a very striking one which is sadly on the endangered species list. I took this photo reference in Spain and unknowingly this one was stalking us whilst we were listening to the guide – very much a wild instinct and top predator. Although hunting is banned in Portugal, about 45% of wolf deaths are due to human activities, including illegal hunting which is such sad news.”

Thanks to Natalie 50% of the net profits from the sale of this artwork will support DSWF’s work protecting endangered species across Africa and Asia.


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Natalie Mascall

Natalie has always had a passion for wildlife and was brought up with many animals. She pursued art as a hobby whilst working in retail until she became a professional artist in 2001, specialising in Fine Art; realistic wildlife, birdlife, feline, canine and people portraits. In addition to her studio work, she takes on some commissions such as any wildlife from holiday photos, pets, scenery and portraits. She is renowned for working in pastel, but also uses charcoals and acrylics.

Natalie is an active supporter of many conservation projects and values being able to give back to, and help the environment that inspires her and that she is so fond of.