A redwing (Turdus iliacus) is a kind of thrush. They migrate to the UK in vast numbers every winter to escape the harsh conditions in Scandinavia where they breed. This is one I saw near my home feasting on hawthorn berries. In really cold weather they often come into towns and villages to eat the berries on ornamental bushes in parks and gardens.
The original painting – 80cm x 40cm - is now in a private collection in Canada. It is shown here for your viewing pleasure. If you'd like something similar, then please ask me. I love to make paintings of White Horse Hill!
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