I photographed a Tasmanian Devil standing in long grass and used the photo for this painting. Wild devils can only be found in Tasmania. They are marsupials and the females have pouches. Devils are mostly black with white markings on their rump or chest. Their heads can be nearly a quarter of their weight and look almost too big for their bodies. They are a carnivore and scavenger, and have powerful jaws to crunch through bones. The original painting is painted on paper that is made 100% from recycled cotton rags and the high resolution print clearly captures the texture of the paper. The image is a square shape and an unlimited edition print. What the Devil!? II and Down Under View make a great set. Both are the same size and painted on the same paper.