Our beautiful gallery in Thixendale is open every day: Weekdays 9.30am-4.30pm Weekends 10.30am-4.30pm.
Welcome to Robert E Fuller website
Welcome to the Robert E Fuller website, I hope you enjoy looking at my original paintings, prints and greetings cards as well as finding out information about me and my work. Happy browsing! Kind Regards Robert E Fuller
About the Artist
Robert E Fuller is one of Britain's foremost wildlife artists. His paintings sell all over the world and up to 7,000 people visit his own gallery in North Yorkshire each year.
A recognized authority on wildlife, Robert often appears on television and regularly writes about his wildlife subjects for the Yorkshire Post newspaper. Gallery: Visit Robert's wonderful gallery in Thixendale, North Yorkshire which is open every day including Sundays (except some bank holidays). Entrance to the gallery is free of charge and everyone is welcome. You'll be able to browse all Robert's wonderful original paintings, limited edition prints and giftware, which are all available to buy and take away on the day. In addition, you'll enjoy looking into Robert's working studio to see how he produces his paintings, as well as live nest cams, videos of Robert's wildlife adventures and displays of his photographs of different wildlife species with insights into animal and bird behaviour.
Shop on-line: Browse and buy from Robert E Fuller's full range of limited edition prints, greetings cards, tableware, homeware, gifts and stationery as well as booking an event at his gallery. Click here
We despatch all orders on Mondays and Wednesdays. So expect a prompt delivery which will be securely packaged by courier or Royal Mail, depending on the size or weight of the parcel. We know you will be delighted with what you order from us, so we are happy to offer a 100% no quibble refund on all orders placed via our secure website.
Any queries, do get in touch by telephone 01759 368355 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Now that it Spring, the nest boxes are becoming increasingly active. A pair of barn owls are trying one nest for size and should be laying soon, whilst a male tawny owl and male kestrel are trying to entice their mates into their respective boxes. A male and female weasel are both visiting the garden and can be seen sleeping in the nesting chamber or feeding in the tree top box.