Coffee drawing by OWAIN MILLS.
The Arabian leopard (Panthera pardus nimr). Weighs about 30 kgs for the male and around 20 kgs for the female, making it one of the smallest of the African and Asian races. Very light in colour, the deep golden yellow between the black rosettes is only present on the animal's back, whilst the rest of the body is beige to greyish-white. Leopards are not animals of the open desert and only occur in the mountains, where permanent water sources exist. In this arid terrain they require large territories in order to find enough food. Sadly the species is now endangered, with three confirmed separate subpopulations remaining on the Arabian Peninsula with fewer than an estimated 200 leopards in total. The Arabian Leopard Trust aims at preserving its mountain habitat with all its wildlife, and since 1999 the regional studbook is coordinated and managed by personnel of the Breeding Centre for Endangered Arabian Wildlife in Sharja.
- Limited editions, exclusive to MONDA Gallery, printed on museum quality archival paper and high grade matte canvas
- Mini: Open, numbered editions, 8x10in / 20.3x25.4cm
- Small: 150 editions, 30x37.5cm
- Medium: 75 editions, 50x62.5cm
- Large: 30 editions, 70x87.5cm
- Extra large: 15 editions, 100x125cm
- Coffee on paper
- 18x24in / 45.7x61cm