The Camouflaged Elephant by American artist Stan Washburn is a whimsical and very charming elephant with vegetation sprouting from his tail, his trunk, his back and his head in black and white. Original lithograph signed and titled in pencil by the artist and edition 19 out of 90 prints.
Stan Washburn ( b. 1943- ) is a painter, print maker, and a writer. His work inclines to the whimsical and mildly absurd. His art is in the collections of the Chicago Art Institute, the Brooklyn Museum, the Boston Museum of Fine Arts, the Frye Museum, the Philadelphia Museum of Art, the Achenbach Foundation, the Portland Art Museum and the New York Public Library among others.