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Ungulates (Hoofed Animals) Line Art & Full Color Illustration

Highly detailed B&W line art and color mammal fine art prints made from original drawings

illustrations of ungulates
Accurate drawings of various species of two-toed and three-toed ungulates such as rhino, moose, horse, tapir, deer, goat and others. All illustrations are hand drawn and expertly rendered. All images are available in both line art and full color. High quality prints made on acid-free archival paper are available of all drawings in the gallery.  If you do not see the ungulate you're looking for please contact the artist to make a suggestion. Custom illustrations of specific animals can be ordered as well.  For more information and pricing please call 1 (800) 913-7906 or send an email to the artist.

The ungulate drawings are also available for stock art illustration.

American Bison
Art Illustration

american bison illustration

American Pronghorn
Art Illustration

american pronghorn full color and line art illustration

Arabian Oryx
Art Illustration

Arabian Oryx fine art illustration

Bactrian Camel
Art Illustration

bactrian camel fine art illustration

Black Rhinoceros
Art Illustration

Black Rhinoceros pen and ink illustration

Bull Moose
Art Illustration

bull moose fine art illustration

Art Illustration

caribou or reindeer fine art illustration

Collared Peccary
Art Illustration

collared peccary illustration

Common Eland
Art Illustration

common eland fine art illustration

Desert Bighorn
Art Illustration

Desert Bighorn fine art illustration

Art Illustration

dromedary fine art illustration

Eastern Bongo
Art Illustration

Eastern Bongo fine art illustration

Fallow Deer
Art Illustration

fallow deer fine art illustration

Art Illustration

Gemsbok or Orxy pen and ink illustration

Grant's Zebras
Art Illustration

grant's zebras illustration

Art Illustration

Hippopotamus pen and ink illustration

Malayan Tapir
Art Illustration

malayan tapir pen and ink illustration

Mule Deer
Art Illustration

mule deer fine art illustration

Musk Ox
Art Illustration

musk ox line art and full color illustration

Nubian Ibex
Art Illustration

nubian ibex fine art illustration

Art Illustration

Okapi pen and ink illustration

Reticulated Giraffe
Art Illustration

Reticulated Giraffe pen and ink illustration

Rocky Mountain Goat
Art Illustration

rocky mountain goat fine art illustration

South American Tapir
Art Illustration

south american tapir pen and ink illustration

Tule Elk
Art Illustration

tule elk fine art illustration

Art Illustration

Warthog pen and ink illustration

White Rhinoceros
Art Illustration

White Rhinoceros pen and ink illustration

White-Bearded Wildebeest
Art Illustration

White-Bearded Wildebeest pen and ink illustration

White-Tailed Deer
Art Illustration

white-tailed deer fine art illustration

Artist's notes:

dromedary fine art illustrationUngulates is a term that I only became familiar with as I started to draw more and more unusual animals. I was unsure in what category animals like the camel should go into. The term is one I'm still in the process of fully understanding, and it seems that there might not be a complete consensus as to what is or isn't an ungulate. Regardless, it's nice to be able to group some of these hoofed mammals together. If I have misidentified an animal here as an ungulate, and it isn't one please drop me an email. Also, if I have excluded one that should be here please let me know about that too. If you would like to see an ungulate here that I haven't yet drawn, you may request it by sending me an email. Please be specific as to the species.

Information about Ungulates:

Ungulates - which means "being hoofed" or "hoofed animal" include several groups of mammals, most of which have toes that tapir to rigid hooves that the animal puts all or most of it's weight on. Ungulates may be either odd-toed or even-toed. Native ungulates are found on all continents except Antarctica and Australia (except where they have been introduced by humans as in the case of goats, sheep, llama and other domesticated animals) and in virtually all terrestrial environments from dense tropical forests, to savanna grasslands, arid deserts to rugged mountains to the tundra. There some disagreement on what exactly an ungulate is in regards to either being a cladistic or evolution based group or a "folk taxon" which means the animals are similar but not necessarily related. Ungulates also have reduced canine teeth, molars with low and rounded cusps, ankle bones at the end of the leg and a short, stocky head. They are a very ancient group of animals, dating back as far as the late Cretaceous. Nearly all ungulates are herbivores, but there are some omnivores and even a few carnivores as in the case of some of the whales - although some do not consider whales as part of the group - only land mammals with hooves.

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