Hoolock Gibbon, Art Print by Aloys Zötl, Natural History Illustration
Hulock (Hoolock Gibbon) Art Print by Aloys Zötl. This fine-art reproduction is printed on heavy 216 gsm acid-free art paper. Handcrafted in USA when you order.
Note: Frames and mats are for display purposes only and are not included.
• SMALL: 5 x 7" print - fits standard 5 x 7" frame.
• MEDIUM: 8 x 10" - fits standard 8 x 10" frame.
• LARGE: 11 x 14" - fits standard 11 x 14" frame.
This rare illustration of a Hulock (Hoolock Gibbon) is by Aloys Zötl, an Austrian painter and master dyer by profession. It's one of a series of exquisite paintings known collectively as the "Bestiarium of Zötl". The paintings were created between 1831 - 1887, but remained unpublished during his life time. Only decades after his death was his work “re-discovered” by the French surrealist painter André Breton. It is worth noting that Zötl never left Austria (and likely never saw the animals), so some of his paintings tend to be imaginative and not zoologically accurate.