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Rhino Poster featuring the photograph Vanishing Into The Darkness by Anthony Wilder
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Vanishing Into The Darkness Poster


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Vanishing Into The Darkness poster by Anthony Wilder.   Our posters are produced on acid-free papers using archival inks to guarantee that they last a lifetime without fading or loss of color. All posters include a 1" white border around the image to allow for future framing and matting, if desired.

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this is so well done in so many ways ~ the dappled light lends so much to your title and intention focused on the risk of survival for these Rhinos...which I have always marvel over, they date back 50 million years ago and they look like they do! good to see you here Tony ~ keep 'em coming :) xx

Anthony Wilder replied:

Linda, thanks so much for the appreciation. They are beautiful creatures.

I really like the shadows on this magnificent face.

Anthony Wilder replied:

Patricia, this is one my my favorites too! Thank you so much!

nice capture Anthony, love the lighting on this!

Anthony Wilder replied:

Thanks Dean!

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Artist's Description

In the nineteenth and early twentieth century, the Indian Rhinoceros was hunted relentlessly until in 1910, officials aware of the plummeting numbers prohibited rhino hunting. Nearly gone by the early 1900�s when only approximately only 100 remained the rhino has had a successful increase in numbers. While numbers now are 2500+ the species is still endangered. Killed mainly for its single horn which is believed by some cultures in East Asia to be useful for healing and potency. It is still used today in Chinese medicines. Habitat loss is also a daily issue. With help from the WWF the Indian and Nepalese governments continue to work toward Indian Rhino conservation.

About Anthony Wilder

Anthony Wilder

I grew up in rural Warren County Ohio in a little place along the Little Miami river called Fosters Ohio. Growing up along the river I rode my horse along what is now called the Loveland Ohio Bike Trail. At that time it was an abandoned Marietta and Cincinnati Railroad Track. Fishing and horseback riding along the river as a child nurtured my love for nature. Miles and miles of railroad track linked me to some of the most beautiful farmland in the area. From Harry Andrew's man made castle Château Laroche in Loveland Park to the open fields and farm towards Morrow I roamed hillsides and riverbeds in search of adventure. There are not many kids that could lay claim to the privilege of riding up the river to tie your horse off at a real...

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