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best wildlife photograph of the week

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Wildlife Art Photographic Studies A Beautiful Wildlife Photograph Every Week Spring is the time to photograph wildlife at its most interesting. My photographs are studies for my paintings and I’ve selected the best images of the season for you. Scroll down to see ospreys, long-tailed tits and hares boxing in the fields. Click here for more snapshots taken throughout the seasons.  Click here to see these photographs translates into paintings on my 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 […]

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Wildlife artist Robert E Fuller tours the wildlife garden he designed 20 years ago and points out stoats, sparrowhawks, kestrels and owls living in the trees and shrubbery. After two decades, this Yorkshire wildlife garden now provides a constant source of inspiration for his art.   It is now 20 years since I moved to Fotherdale Farm in Thixendale and in all my time here I’ve never known such a warm October. One particularly balmy […]

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 Welcome to my brand new Robert E Fuller Winter catalogue 2018 containing all my new limited edition prints, Christmas cards, gift and homeware. You can download it by clicking here or simply flick through the pages above to see what’s available or read on to see my ten best wildlife art gifts in my gift guide. And, don’t forget to scroll down to see my special offer which is valid until December 5th. Robert […]

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It’s Red Squirrel Awareness Week this week and in support I thought I’d share my collection of paintings of red squirrels with you. Red squirrels are in serious trouble. The latest estimated population is just 120,000 , of which 75% or more are in Scotland. According to Red Squirrels Northern England there are only 15,000 left in England. Within 10 years there could be none at all. The main problems are disease, specifically squirrel pox, the […]

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Welcome to your exclusive preview of my very latest original wildlife paintings, going on show at my gallery in Thixendale, North Yorkshire, tomorrow. I’ve listed all 15 of my original wildlife paintings for you to see. Scroll down to see them all in turn. Or why not join me for a refreshing drink at the exhibition in Thixendale and browse the paintings in situ. There is so much to see here, from the paintings and […]

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Why is your mum special to you? Is she a great cook? The perfect dining companion? Or someone you’re always happy to share a cuppa with? Take a look at my fantastic range of wildlife art gifts below for some great ideas to spoil your mum this Mother’s Day. Order on-line or call 01759 368355 to place your order by telephone for guaranteed delivery this week.   How About an Apron And Oven Glove Set? Is your […]

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On the wooded slope of a valley that sweeps away from my home and gallery in Thixendale, grows one of England’s rarest species: a magnificent old elm tree. This big, beautiful, tree is one of just a handful of living elms left in the country. At one time these grand trees dominated the English landscape. But more than 60 million were killed in an epidemic of Dutch Elm Disease that all but obliterated the species. […]

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Woodpeckers usually nest either in dark woodland or high up in the trees where they are difficult to photograph. But a few years ago a friend called me to tell me about a woodpecker nest that was only 15ft up a  in an isolated tree where I could easily photograph it. All I needed was a hide up to be able to watch the nest without disturbing the woodpeckers. My friend helped me make a tower […]

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As the snow fell last week I was reminded of one winter morning in similar December snows. I had woken early enough to see the thick blanket of snow lit up by moonlight. My first job each morning was to light the log burners. The cold air took my breath away as I stepped out on to the porch to fetch the wood. The thermometer on the wall read  -14ºC. After a quick breakfast I […]

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