Trogon & Quetzal Giclée Prints

Gorgeous paintings of some of your favourite trogons and quetzal. These are accurate representations of each species which will grace any wall in your home or office.

They make a great gift for that special birder in your life.

A variety of archival art paper and metal prints are available.

Gartered Trogon

Trogon caligatus

Original art by Bryan Pollock. Atelier trained, Bryan brings the mastery of fine art of line drawing and oil painting to the digital medium. Using Procreate software / app. Family Trogonidae Genus Trogon. Common to Costa Rica.

Baird's Trogon

Trogon bairdii

Original art by Bryan Pollock. Atelier trained, Bryan brings the mastery of fine art of line drawing and oil painting to the digital medium. Using Procreate software / app. Family Trogonidae Genus Trogon. Endemic to Costa Rica and western Panama.

Slaty-tailed Trogon

Trogon massena

Original art by Bryan Pollock. Atelier trained, Bryan brings the mastery of fine art of line drawing and oil painting to the digital medium. Using Procreate software / app. Family Trogonidae Genus Trogon. Common to Costa Rica.

Lattice-tailed Trogon

Trogon clathratus

Original art by Bryan Pollock. Atelier trained, Bryan brings the mastery of fine art of line drawing and oil painting to the digital medium. Using Procreate software / app. Family Trogonidae Genus Trogon. Endemic to Costa Rica and western Panama.

Resplendent Quetzal

Pharomachrus mocinno

Original art by Bryan Pollock. Atelier trained, Bryan brings the mastery of fine art of line drawing and oil painting to the digital medium. Using Procreate software / app. Family Trogonidae Genus Pharomachrus. Common to Costa Rica.

Orange-bellied Trogon

Trogon aurantiiventris

Original art by Bryan Pollock. Atelier trained, Bryan brings the mastery of fine art of line drawing and oil painting to the digital medium. Using Procreate software / app. Family Trogonidae Genus Trogon. Endemic to Costa Rica and western Panama.

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