Hear the name of this animal and most everyone immediately things of the country where they are found – Australia. Australia and kangaroos are forever linked. While most of the world finds these marsupials interesting and perhaps even charming the Aussies actually see them as a bit of a pest. I’m a fan of kangaroos – there’s almost something magical about them.
This one was drawn standing up and surveying the landscape around it. This kangaroo drawing is in black and white and in the public domain. You can use it however you would like.
Thomas E. Hill must have spent years writing his book Hill’s Album of Biography and Art. It was published in 1882 with hundreds of wonderful illustrations and what appear to be stock print foundry images. Over 200 of them can be found here on Reusable Art.
This image is copyright free and in the public domain anywhere that extends copyrights 70 years after death or at least 120 years after publication when the original illustrator is unknown.