Grevy’s Zebra


Acrylic and mixed media on wood panel

Year: 2018

Size: 36 x 36 inches | 91 x 91 cm


1 in stock


Grevy’s zebras inhabit semi-arid grasslands where they have access to a permanent water source. Historically, the Grevy’s inhabited the semi-arid scrublands and plains of Somalia, Ethiopia, Eritrea, Djibouti, and Kenya in East Africa. However, due to rapid declines in their population, they are now confined to the Horn of Africa —  primarily southern Ethiopia and northern Kenya. In Ethiopia, hunting is the primary cause of the decline of Grevy’s zebras. They are primarily hunted for their striking skins, but will occasionally be killed for food and, in some regions, medicinal uses continue. In addition to illegal hunting, Grevy’s also face threats from disease outbreaks, drought, habitat loss, and fragmented populations.

Ten percent from the sale of this original work donated to WWF.

From the series: Endangered Species: A Tribute to Andy Warhol

Additional information

Weight5 kg
Dimensions36 × 1.5 × 36 in