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wildlife painting of the week

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Springtime Wildlife In Paint Follow the seasons with a painting a week As blossom emerges and birds begin to prepare their nests for the breeding season ahead, my weekly choice of paintings reflect the mood of hope in the air. Keep checking in each week for a new painting to reflect the season. Click here to look back at my wildlife painting of the week winter choices. April 10th 2019 Three’s Trouble Wildlife painting of […]

wildlife painting of the week

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Winter Wildlife In Paint Follow the seasons with a painting a week My selections this season celebrate the incredible way in which our wildlife copes with the cold. I’ve included original paintings along with choices from my fine art print collection. Click here to see my spring art choices   February 27th 2019 Badgers: Two of a Kind Wildlife Painting of the Week     Badger cubs are born underground this month. These two badgers […]

wildlife painting of the week

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Wildlife In Art | Painting Of The Week Through the seasons This week by week collection follows some of the new original paintings I have completed this season and a look back at paintings from my fine art print collection. My choices reflect the wildlife you can spot in nature at this time. December 15 2018 Hare Kiss Wildlife Painting of the Week | Original Acrylic | £4,950 Image size: 19.75″ x 12.75 ” | Framed […]

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Welcome to my brand new summer wildlife art catalogue containing all my new limited edition prints, greeting cards, gift and home ware. You can download and print your own copy by clicking here, or simply flip the pages on screen to see what’s available. Happy Browsing! Don’t miss my special offers. Take a look at what you get below, and don’t forget to quote the special offer codes when you place your order. Stunning wildlife […]

lapwing chick painted by Robert E Fuller

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In this post I’ve curated a collection of my favourite paintings of wildlife in springtime. Set against backdrops of blossom, I’ve chosen the creatures you are most likely to see at this time of year and put them together for you here.This spring has been quite erratic with snow storms interspersed with the occasional traditionally warm spring day. But at last the sunshine has broken through. Easter is when the lambing season takes place in […]

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The unmistakable sound of a curlew’’s call rings out across the Yorkshire Wolds and moors brightens up the dullest of days. These waders come in from the coastal mud flats to raise their young over the summer months. Their arrival in spring is spectacular. The males circle the valleys, surveying their new territory and calling with a crescendo of notes as they rise steeply into the air with rapid wing beats before gracefully gliding back […]

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I am currently exhibiting a new collection of paintings of wildlife in winter and I thought I would share with you the photographic and video research that went into this new series. I am particularly interested in how animals behave when the temperatures drop and so whenever it snows I like to get out with my camera to see what I can find. This is a really magical time. Not only does the world turn […]

Red Stag, painted by Robert E Fuller

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I’m all set for my latest exhibition which opens at my gallery in Thixendale on Saturday. I thought I’d share my very latest original paintings with those of my followers who won’t be able to make it here. The exhibition, Wildlife in Winter: An Artist’s Perspective, is a celebration of the season. You can read more about the event here. Scroll down to view each new painting. Snow Stoat  £4,250 Original Acrylic Painting by Robert […]

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When I set off to Australia for a family holiday this summer, I was sure I would return with plenty of photographs of kangaroos and wallabies. But these creatures aren’t as easy to watch in the wild as you might think. It was just starting to get light when I saw my first wallaby hop across a track in front of me. I was on an early morning game drive through the Daintree National Park,  […]

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The story of how I helped pop a juvenile peregrine back onto the medieval parapets of York Minster last month is in the Yorkshire Post today. I’ve copied it below for you to read here too This year, for the first time ever, a pair of peregrines successfully raised two youngsters on York Minster. A pair of peregrines have been circling the parapets of the medieval cathedral for some years now and last year they actually […]

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