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Impala Art

One of the easiest to recognize African antelopes, the impala is inhabiting large parts of the continent and has two subspecies. Both the common impala and the blackface version are featured in Impala Art Wall Art at Picasso.com, with the posters having a two-pronged effect. On one hand, they highlight the agility and sheer grace of this animal, on the other they provide art lovers with the means of bringing to life even the dullest interior.

Impala Posters

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Umbrella Thorn Acacia and Impala, Masai Mara Game Reserve, Kenya
by Adam Jones / Danita Delimont
34" x 23"
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Wild Male Impala, Tanzania
by Dee Ann Pederson / Danita Delimont
26" x 38"
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Impala, Red-billed Oxpecker, Samburu Game Reserve, Kenya
by Adam Jones / Danita Delimont
23" x 34"
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Citadel
by Marc Allante
12" x 18"
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Black-Faced Impala, Etosha National Park, Namibia
by Panoramic Images
36" x 12"
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Wild Adventure
by Sheldon Lewis
13" x 13"
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Serengetti Wildlife II
by Gina Ritter
11" x 14"
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Serengetti Wildlife I
by Gina Ritter
11" x 14"
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Close-up of an impala (Aepyceros melampus)
by Panoramic Images
16" x 11"
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Herd of male Impala, Lake Nakuru, Lake Nakuru National Park, Kenya
by Adam Jones / Danita Delimont
34" x 23"
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Kenya, Lake Nakuru NP, Impala wildlife
by Paul Souders / Danita Delimont
36" x 24"
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Wildlife, Female Impala, Samburu Game Reserve, Kenya
by Adam Jones / Danita Delimont
34" x 23"
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Impala
by James W. Johnson
14" x 10"
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Young Black-faced impala, Etosha National Park, Namibia
by David Wall / Danita Delimont
35" x 23"
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South Africa, Zulu Nyala GR, Impala wildlife
by Lisa S. Engelbrecht / Danita Delimont
23" x 35"
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Mother and Young Impala, Kenya
by Dee Ann Pederson / Danita Delimont
38" x 26"
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Namibia, Etosha NP, Chudop, Oryx, black-faced impala
by Jaynes Gallery / Danita Delimont
34" x 22"
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Male Impala, Tanzania
by Charles Sleicher / Danita Delimont
24" x 36"
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Impala With Oxpecker Bird, Nakuru National Park, Kenya
by Jaynes Gallery / Danita Delimont
35" x 23"
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Male Black-faced impala, Etosha National Park, Namibia
by David Wall / Danita Delimont
23" x 35"
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Male Impala, Hwange National Park, Zimbabwe, Africa
by David Wall / Danita Delimont
23" x 35"
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Impala, Maasai Mara Wildlife Reserve, Kenya
by Jagdeep Rajput / Danita Delimont
35" x 23"
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Male Impala, Antelope, Maasai Mara, Kenya
by Adam Jones / Danita Delimont
23" x 34"
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Impala in tall Bushman grass, Mahango Game Reserve, Namibia
by Jaynes Gallery / Danita Delimont
34" x 23"
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Impala, Aepyceros melampus, Mara River, Kenya
by Art Wolfe / Danita Delimont
34" x 23"
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Male Impala, Botswana
by Jan & Stoney Edwards / Danita Delimont
22" x 33"
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Africa, Namibia, Etosha. Black Faced Impala in Etosha NP.
by Kymri Wilt / Danita Delimont
37" x 25"
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Close-up of Impala, Kruger National Park, South Africa
by Bill Bachmann / Danita Delimont
37" x 24"
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Herd of Impala, by Chobe River, Chobe NP, Kasane, Botswana, Africa
by David Wall / Danita Delimont
35" x 23"
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Female Impala with Red-billed Oxpecker, Samburu Game Reserve, Kenya
by Adam Jones / Danita Delimont
34" x 23"
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Impalas (Aepyceros Melampus) and a giraffe at a waterhole, Mkuze Game Reserve, Kwazulu-Natal, South Africa
by Panoramic Images
36" x 12"
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Herd of impalas (Aepyceros Melampus) grazing in a field, Moremi Wildlife Reserve, Botswana
by Panoramic Images
36" x 12"
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Herd of impalas (Aepyceros Melampus) grazing in a forest, Kruger National Park, South Africa
by Panoramic Images
36" x 12"
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Impalas (Aepyceros Melampus) and a giraffe at a waterhole, Mkuze Game Reserve, Kwazulu-Natal, South Africa
by Panoramic Images
27" x 9"
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Herd of impalas (Aepyceros Melampus) grazing in a field, Moremi Wildlife Reserve, Botswana
by Panoramic Images
27" x 9"
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Zoologist will have no problem in distinguishing between male and female impala by simply taking a look at the crisp Impala Art Wall Art. Only the former have the famous lyre shaped horns that can grow up to 36 inches and they are also slightly larger than the females. The impalas proved to be highly resourceful animals, capable of inhabiting savanna grasslands as well as woodlands, as long as they are conveniently located close to a water source.

Impala Art Wall Art depicts the animals as they perform the famous leaps, with impala being known to jump up to 10 feet. This dazzling display of agility fascinates the eye, but also has a deterring effect on predators who require a great deal of effort and perfect planning to catch impalas. Furthermore, the antelopes have a highly effective way of communicating, letting each other know about dangerous animals lurking around. Despite their ability to thrive in changing environments, excessive poaching and natural calamities had a negative impact on the blackface impalas, with the species being on a decline.
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