Bohemian Waxwing, which occurs in northern North America, and Northern Eurasia.
The final species is the Japanese Waxwing, which has a red, rather than yellow, tail tip. I would love to see some of them someday.
The only waxwings that I can remember painting are Bohemian Waxwings. I had never seen until I came to Alaska. The waxwing painting above is 11x14", and was painted 14, or 15 years ago. It sold right away. I forget the title.
There is some minor excitment amoung birders in the nearby town of Palmer these days, because a male, Evening Grosbeak is being seen at someone's feeder. They normally dont occur anywhere around here.