Ferdinand’s-flowers

Ferdinand's Flowers

Sedona Art Studios by Clark Sheppard

Unlike most of my Sedona landscape paintings, this is an original watercolor named apply named Ferdinand’s Flowers. Delight-in this image of a Texas longhorn steer, with gentle flowers growing out of its skull which has a muted background. The name came from the story of Ferdinand the Bull. (1936)  by American author Munro Leaf

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