Louise at the zoo, version 2
Louise at the zoo, version 2
Louise at the zoo, version 2
Louise at the zoo, version 2

Louise at the zoo, version 2

This confrontation between the powerful animal from prehistoric times and the small, fragile but fearless human remains a favourite theme for me.

It's an image that works in many people's imaginations. How can we understand this? Is it the fascination that the animal world holds for us, both close and mysterious in our 'civilised' eyes?

Our ancestors, hunters and gatherers, necessarily needed their protein ration to survive, but they saw it as a natural exchange that was necessary for their survival. There was no such thing as a concentration camp for animals. As the Indian in the film Dead Man says, "My elk family took pity on me. A young moose gave me his life. With my knife I took his life".

We're a long way from that! Let's just imagine what these two, a little girl and an elephant, are saying to each other.

Where did you see this work?


Secure payment 3X 4X


Free delivery in France and Europe (EU)


14 days to change your mind


Work authenticated and signed

Artwork Details

Size (Height, Length, Depth)
28 x 46 x 17 cm
Numbered limited edition on 8 and 4 artist's proofs
Work authenticated and delivered with certificate of authenticity
Hand signed work
Year of creation

You might also like

Interested in product

Tell us your interest in this product and we will contact you for more details.


Louise at the zoo, version 2

Product added to compare.

We use cookies to provide a personalized experience for our users.

Learn more about our cookie policy.