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Hawk Art Prints

Hawk art is a popular creative category of art that enjoys fans from around the world. Although traditionally used for hunting, these birds have since went on to capture the imagination of a variety of cultures and are now typically displayed in modern art as the natural predators that they are, rather than as a tool for hunting. Natural art featuring hawks typically shows them searching for prey. Unlike many predator bird prints, these paintings don't portray hawks in flight but sitting on a branch. Although there are many different kinds of hawk, they are all usually categorized by their serious faces and sharp talons rather than any particular trait of their form or flight, which is generally how other predatory birds are depicted in natural art.

Hawk Artwork

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Red Tailed Hawk Profile
by Nathan Larson
18" x 12"
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Red Tailed Hawk
by William Vanderdasson
18" x 24"
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Dance Of The Redtail
by Jai Johnson
10" x 12"
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Red-Tailed Hawk In An Old Pine
by Wilhelm J. Goebel
8" x 17"
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Flight Of The Harris Hawk
by Jai Johnson
18" x 12"
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Red Tailed Hawk
by Jeff Tift
18" x 26"
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Coopers Hawk At Sunset
by Jai Johnson
12" x 18"
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Red Tailed Hawk
by Rusty Frentner
18" x 25"
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Gyrfalcon II
by Melissa Wang
18" x 24"
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Night Hawk
by John James Audubon
24" x 30"
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Angel Hawk
by Jai Johnson
20" x 20"
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Adult With Typical Yellow Skin In Face Striated Caracara Or Johnny Rook, Falkland Islands
by Martin Zwick / Danita Delimont
12" x 16"
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Birds of Prey I
by Wild Apple Portfolio
12" x 15"
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Birds of Prey II
by Wild Apple Portfolio
12" x 15"
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Red-Tailed Hawk
by Don Engler
20" x 16"
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Winter Osprey
by Jai Johnson
18" x 12"
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The Raptors Arrival
by Jai Johnson
18" x 12"
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Red Shoulder In Autumn
by Jai Johnson
18" x 12"
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Flight Of The Killdeer
by Jai Johnson
18" x 12"
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Red Tail In Wait
by Jai Johnson
12" x 18"
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Red Tailed Hawk
by Ron Parker
24" x 17"
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Prairie Guardion
by Trevor V. Swanson
24" x 19"
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Watercolor Beach Bird IV
by Grace Popp
16" x 20"
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The Lookout I
by Wild Apple Portfolio
22" x 28"
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The Lookout II
by Wild Apple Portfolio
11" x 14"
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Circle Of Life Osprey
by Murray Henderson Fine Art
16" x 14"
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Sentry Duty
by Trevor V. Swanson
18" x 14"
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Canyon Hunters
by Trevor V. Swanson
18" x 26"
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Ponderosa Hunter
by Trevor V. Swanson
18" x 24"
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Hawk
by Clarence Stewart
12" x 15"
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Gyrfalcon I
by Melissa Wang
18" x 24"
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High in the Sunlit Silence
by Julie Chapman
25" x 21"
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Two Hawks
by Randy M Jones
20" x 16"
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Keen Sense
by Jai Johnson
20" x 20"
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Iceland or Ier Falcon
by John James Audubon
24" x 37"
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Hawk paintings are frequently associated with Native American cultures. These predatory bird images are due to the symbolism of hawks in many Native American myths. In these legends, hawks are seen as an important messenger from the gods, much as the falcon was the messenger for Amon Ra in Egyptian culture. Frequently, hawk images are seen in tandem with a young Indian brave, as seen in 'Young Hawk' by Gary Ampel. The inclusion of hawk imagery in these works hints at a chosen hero, or someone for whom the gods has a special destiny.

With the amount of variety, symbolism, and types of hawk fine art available, it's easy to see why this category is popular among modern art audiences. Although there are still some areas in which the hawk is still associated with its roots as a hunting tool, such as hunting lodges and game ranges, hawk art is slowly being reconstructed by modern audiences into a serious, graceful, and powerful image that rivals images of other predatory birds.
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