Oil painting depicting a single jackrabbit in a grassy landscape. The rabbit, pictured in profile and from a low angle, looks into the left distance. Two thirds of the painting is occupied by a blue sky mostly filled with a mass of dramatic, low hanging cumulus clouds.
Color print of Francis Lee Jaques's painting "The Jack Rabbit," an oil painting created for the magazine "Outdoor Life." The original painting was created in 1946 and is now owned by the Jaques Art Center; the print is undated. Depicts a jackrabbit looking out over a landscape of grassy fields and rolling hills.