Elephant Paintings

"The Journey". Tracts4free.wordpress.com.

“The Journey”. Tracts4free.wordpress.com.

Elephant paintings – free elephant paintings to download and print. These watercolour elephant paintings and pastel elephant paintings are free to download, print and share but not sell/or use for any commercial purposes.

God is gracious and gives us talents to use to glorify Him and to edify others. I hope that you will like some the paintings, photos etcetera on this site, and that you will share them with others, and bless others too. Thanks to my Mum, Sian Butler, for offering her elephant paintings, Australian outback paintings, and Outback church and homestead paintings, free for others to enjoy.

I am passionate about conserving endangered wildlife, as well as biodiverse ecosystems as a whole. You may find it interesting to visit my site https://camouflagepatterns.wordpress.com/ . Anti-poaching rangers risk their lives to protect elephants, rhinos, tigers, etc. from poachers. They are often poorly equipped, and I have designed camouflage specifically for them, to help them survive and be more effective in their work. For more, visit the above web site.

BondCam Cross Terrain. camouflage pattern designed by David Clode for anti-poaching rangers.

BondCam Cross Terrain. A camouflage pattern designed by David Clode for anti-poaching rangers.

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“There is no creature among all the beasts of the world

which hath so great and ample demonstration

of the power and wisdom of almighty God as the elephant.”

Edward Topsell “The History of Four-footed Beasts”. 1607.

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"A mother's love". Watercolour elephant painting by Sian Butler.

“A mother’s love”. Watercolour elephant painting by Sian Butler.

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Elephant poster. Pastel and acrylic painting by David Clode.

Elephant poster. Pastel and acrylic painting by David Clode.

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Elephant portrait. painting by David Clode.

Elephant portrait. Painting by David Clode.

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Elephant portrait. Painting by David Clode.

Elephant portrait. Painting by David Clode.

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I have made a background from one of my paintings which you are free to print and then use for writing/typing letters, or to make posters:

Elephant herd background. From a painting by David Clode.

Elephant herd background (colour). From a painting by David Clode.

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Elephant herd background (black and white). from a painting by David Cloide.

Elephant herd background (black and white). From a painting by David Cloide.

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Elephant herd background (sepia version). From a painting by David Clode.

Elephant herd background (sepia version). From a painting by David Clode.

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"Reunion". Watercolour elephant painting by Sian Butler.

“Reunion”. Watercolour elephant painting by Sian Butler.

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“The Encourager”. Tracts4free.wordpress.com.

“The Encourager”. Watercolour painting of elephants by Sian Butler.

“The Charge”. “Be strong and of good courage.” Joshua 1:9. Pastel elephant painting by David Clode. Tracts4free.wordpress.com.

“The Charge”. “Be strong and of good courage.” Joshua 1:9. Elephant painting by David Clode.Tracts4free.wordpress.com.

“The Charge”. An African bull elephant makes a mock charge – stopping at the very last moment, and kicking up a lot of dust in the process. Pastel elephant painting on watercolour paper by David Clode.

“On to greener pastures” Elephant painting by Sian Butler.

“On to greener pastures”, watercolour elephant painting by Sian Butler.

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“Mum knows best”.  Mum and baby elephant painting. Pastel.

“Train up a child in the way he should go; and when he is old, he will not depart from it”. Proverbs 22.6. Tracts4free.wordpress.com.

Elephant painting. “Mum knows best”. A mother elephant comforts her baby. Pastel on watercolour paper. David Clode.

Mum knows best.

Mum knows best.

Another version.

“Together again”

Elephant painting by Sian Butler. “Together again”. Watercolour on watercolour paper.

“Fun at the waterhole” Tracts4free.wordpress.com.

Pastel elephant painting by David Clode.

“A hard-earned thirst”. Tracts4free.wordpress.com.

Pastel elephant painting, David Clode.

"Greetings" Acrylic, David Clode.

“Greetings” Acrylic, David Clode.

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"Greetings" Acrylic elephant painting by David Clode.

“Greetings” Acrylic elephant painting by David Clode.

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Watercolour elephant painting by Sian Butler.

“The Journey”. Watercolour elephant painting by Sian Butler.

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“Elephants in the Mist”. Tracts4free.wordpress.com.

Watercolour elephant painting. “Elephants in the Mist”. Sian Butler.

“The Matriarch’. Tracts4free.wordpress.com.

“The Matriarch”. Pastel elephant painting, David Clode. Elephant herds are usually led by a matriarch, the most experienced and wisest female elephant.

Elephant painting, oil, David Clode.

Elephant painting, oil, David Clode.

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“The Journey”. Tracts4free.wordpress.com.

“The Journey”. Watercolour elephant painting by Sian Butler.

“Journey in the mist”. Tracts4free.wordpress.com.

“Journey in the mist”. Elephant painting by Sian Butler. For more paintings by my mum Sian Butler, click on the “Australian Outback Paintings” and “Australian Homestead Paintings” and Outback church paintings, buttons at the top of the page. Sian is also a poet, see the pages “Australian Bush Poetry”.

"Matriarch defending the herd". Acrylic elephant painting by David Clode.

“Matriarch defending the herd”. Acrylic elephant painting by David Clode.

I hope you enjoyed our paintings – please feel free to print them for your own personal use, or to give away as gifts to others.

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4 Responses to Elephant Paintings

  1. Wow Sian and David just beautiful……. Duckie

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  2. Hi Terry,
    Thank you for your comment. Best of luck with your own painting!

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  3. Terry says:

    these paintings are absolutely outstanding! thank you so much for sharing these! i as a fairly new artist i am most rateful for these! take care! God Bless Terry

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