Little is known about Aloys Zötl (1831-1887), an Austrian painter. He is remembered primarily for his series of animal paintings including this one of a camel. His camel seems a bit friendly and looks as if it is smiling for the camera so to speak. Perhaps he smiles because he is free while another camel in the background has been called upon to carry someone. With brown, shaggy fur this camel looks ready for colder weather yet to come. With careful editing, I suspect you could separate the camel drawing from the rest of the watercolor painting to use him in your own work.
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