British Wildlife
Signed, limited edition, prints

David Shepherd

CBE OBE FRSA FGRA (25 April 1931 - 19 September 2017)
01623 799 309

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david shepherd badgers print
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david shepherd cattle print
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david shepherd donkeys print
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david shepherd ducks print
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david shepherd farming scenes print
Farming Scenes
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david shepherd Foxes prints
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david shepherd Hedgehog print
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david shepherd the pride hens poultry print
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david shepherd Horses print
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david shepherd lambs sheep print
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david shepherd Landscapes print
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david shepherd mouse, mice prints
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david shepherd baby tawny owl print
Baby Tawny Owl
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david shepherd lions pigs prints
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david shepherd scottish scenes prints
Scottish Scenes
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david shepherd nuts, red squirrel,  print
Red Squirrel
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david shepherd water vole prints
Water Vole
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Signed, limited edition prints, British wildlife and landscapes
       Fred after his Shampoo
        by Shepherd                      
     davidshepherd-muscovyducks                    davidshepherd-lifegoeson                      davidshepherd-eggssixpenceadozen

     Muscovy Ducks                     Life goes on Sept.'40              Eggs sixpence a dozen
Signed, limited edition print      Signed, limited edition print     Signed, limited edition print   
    davidshepherd-whilethesunshines                   davidshepherd-lunchbreak               davidshepherd-thisengland            davidshepherd-mrspandthekids

    While the sun shines                  The Lunchbreak                        This England                Mrs P and the kids
      Signed, print                       Signed, print                        Signed, print         signed, limited edition print

    davidshepherd-oldbens                    davidshepherd-lastleavesofautumn                   david shepherd biscuits print            davidshepherd-orphans

    Old Ben's cottage               'Last leaves of Autumn'                     Biscuits                  The Orphans
      Signed, print                      Published 1987                 Signed limited edition      Signed, limited edition

    davidshepherd-teddy           davidshepherd-grannie'skitchen                 davidshepherd-Clockmender's Cat            davidshepherd-playtime

'But teddy doesn't need a ticket'      Grannie's Kitchen             The Clockmender's Cat                   Playtime
  Signed, limited edition print          Signed print                    signed print            signed limited edition print

       davidshepherd-happyhomefordonkeys          davidshepherd-donkeytalk    
  Happy home for Donkeys                Donkeytalk                       
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    davidshepherd-ploughteam                    davidshepherd-summertime                  davidshepherd-captainandsergeant                davidshepherd-porkers
       Plough Team                         Summertime                      Captain and Sergeant                 "Porkers"
    Signed, print                         Signed, print                       Signed, print           signed, limited edition print
     davidshepherd-shampootime           davidshepherd-oldforge                davidshepherd-jimmysforges     
                Shampoo Time                    'The Old Forge'                     Jimmy's Forge               
  Signed, limited edition print  Signed, limited edition print       Signed, limited edition print    

     shelties-davidshepherd                 davidshepherd-highnoon                   davidshepherd-shoeingtime                  davidshepherd-lazyhazydays
       'Shelties'                          High Noon                        'Shoeing Time'                        Lazy hazy days
      Signed, print                     Signed, print                           Signed, print           signed, limited edition print
   davidshepherd-hedgehog              david shepherd dormouse              davidshepherd-harvestmouse          
        'Baby Hedgehog'              Dormouse               'Harvest Mouse'        
          Signed print              Signed, print                Signed, print     
davidshepherd-Nuts           davidshepherd-haggis        davidshepherd-cottagecompanions   
    'Nuts'                 "Haggis of Battersea"      Cottage Companions
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david shepherd is it a ladybird print         david shepherd grandpa's workshop print          david shepherd muffin

   Is it a Ladybird?         Grandpa's Workshop                    Muffin     
     Signed, print             Signed, print                Signed, print           
 david shepherd last load of summer     david shepherd Rannoch moor temporarily out of stock    signed limited edition print whisky the farmyard cat
David Shepherd, CBE, FRSA, FRGS, OBE.
Known internationally as one of the world's leading wildlife artists,
and also a passionate conservationist and he freely admits that he owes much success to the animals he paints.
Prolific in output as a painter with a brimful of stories and anecdotes, he is an extrovert who enjoys talking,
and enjoys being known as a natural promoter and an ardent ambassador for conservation; it's the way he is.

Explaining that he became an artist in childhood because he couldn't do anything else.
"My life was a total disaster until I was 20 years old. My one and only ambition was to be a gamewarden, so when I'd finished my education,
I went rushing out to Kenya with the incredibly arrogant idea that I was God's gift to the National Parks. It was a disaster. I knocked on the door of the
Head Gamewarden in Nairobi and said, 'I'm here, can I be a game warden?' I was told I wasn't wanted.
My life was in ruins; that was the end of my career in three seconds flat."
"Up to that point, my only interest in art had been as an escape from the rugger field. The game was compulsory at school and I was terrified of it.
I couldn't see any fun in being buried under heaps of bodies in the mud and having my face kicked in. I fled into the art department where it was more
comfortable and painted the most unspeakably awful painting of birds."

Deflated and homesick, he took a job as a receptionist in a hotel on the Kenya coast; the salary was one pound a week.
"So there I was at Malindi on the Kenya Coast in this hotel. I painted some more bird paintings on plasterboard, and I sold seven of them for £10 each to the
culture-starved inhabitants of the town and paid my passage home to England on a Union Castle steamer."
Arriving home, penniless, he had two choices,Mr Shepherd decided he could either become an artist or a bus driver.
Since he suspected that most artists starved in garrets, life as a bus driver seemed the safer bet.

"But my dad was marvellous and said that if I really wanted to be an artist, I'd better get some training.
The only school we knew anything about was The Slade School of Fine Art in London, so I sent them my first bird painting."
The Slade, too, turned him down. He had no talent, they said, and he wasn't worth teaching.
The bus driver position was looking more likely all the time, except for a 'chance meeting that changed my life'.
At a London cocktail party, the young artist was introduced to Robin Goodwin.
Robin was a professional painter who specialised in portraits and marine subjects. (considered to have been one
of the finest marine painters of this century). He didn't and wouldn't take students, Robin told him, but he agreed to have a look at the work.

"The next day, I trotted up to the studio in Chelsea and a miracle happened. I showed him that very first bird picture, which I still have and,
for reasons that I have never been able to understand, he decided to take me on. I owe all my success to that man.
He is responsible for my being where I am today."

In 1976, his autobiography, 'The Man Who Loves Giants', was published and rapidly became a best seller.
He revised and updated it in 1989. 'A Brush with Steam' was published in 1984 and in October 1985,
The Man and His Paintings' was published, which, for the first time, brought together
in a single volume a fully representative selection of his work. In 1992, 'An Artist in Conservation' was published,
which is a stunning collection of the best of his wildlife art with over 90 colour plates.

In October, 1995 , 'My Painting Life' and 'Only One World' were published and in 2004 his latest book,
'Painting with David Shepherd, His Unique Studio Secrets Revealed' was published.

TV Documentaries

In 1972 the BBC produced his life story 'The Man Who Loves Giants', a 50-minute documentary film, narrated
by his friend, the late James Stewart, and which has been shown all over the world.

Other documentaries for television have also been made, including 'Last Train to Mulobezi'; this film tells
the epic story of the rescue from the Zambezi Sawmills Railway
in Zambia of an ancient locomotive and railway coach and their 12,000 mile journey back to Britain.
These were presented as a gift by His Excellency, Dr Kenneth Kaunda, the then President of Zambia,
after raising funds with other artists, (through an auction of seven paintings in the USA).
This enabled him to buy a helicopter, which he presented to the Government of Zambia for anti-poaching work.

In 1988 he made the series 'In Search of Wildlife' with Thames TV; a series of six half-hour films, featuring endangered mammals throughout the world.
These have subsequently been shown in the United States of America on the Public Broadcasting Channel. Also in 1990 he made the first programme
in the annual series of 'Naturewatch' with Julian Pettifer; and has been the 'target' for 'This is Your Life'.


Honorary Degree in Fine Arts by the Pratt Institute in New York.
The Order of the Golden Ark by HRH The Prince of The Netherlands for his services to conservation.
Member of Honour of the World Wide Fund for Nature
The Order of the British Empire for his services to wildlife conservation.
Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts.
President Kenneth Kaunda of Zambia awarded him with the Order of Distinguished Service.
He was made a Fellow of the Royal Geographical Society
Honorary Doctorate of Science of Hatfield Polytechnic (now the University of Hertfordshire) in 1990.
Officer (Brother) of the Order of St. John.
Granted the Freedom of the City of London.
Awarded a C.B.E. for services to charity and wildlife
David today
"An artist who seems to stride across continents". In today's scheme of things, he is a larger-than-life figure
who is regarded by many people as being the world's leading wildlife painter. His signed, limited edition prints can be seen in many homes
throughout the world and he lives life at a dizzying pace, enjoying it to the fullest.

"I want to live to be 150. It will take that long to do everything I want to do. Unlike some people who perhaps lead a humdrum existence,
I run almost everywhere I go because I am so anxious to get on with the joy of what I am doing next."

Mr Shepherd celebrated his 70th birthday on 25th April 2001 with a fundraising dinner at the Natural History Museum
which made over £100,000 for wildlife projects.
His 80th birthday in 2011 was held at the same venue, an exciting and fascinating evening with many celebrities
achieving record amounts for the protection of endangered animals and world conservation.

David Shepherd lives with his wife Avril in Sussex. His four daughters all share his passion for conservation and are involved
in the work of various wildlife projects throughout the world.

If you would like to visit the studio in Nottinghamshire, (Saturdays and Sundays are fine too) Please call 01623 799 309
We have a collection of over 500 David Shepherd signed limited edition prints and original paintings for sale.
A viewing can also be arranged at your home.

Signed, limited edition, prints and original paintings, drawings for sale.

We specialise in David Shepherd paintings and limited edition prints.

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We specialize in signed prints and original paintings and drawings by the world acclaimed artist L.S.Lowry.
The demand for his work has now reached record highs, and due to the relatively few signed limited edition prints available,
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A watercolourist, whose work needs little introduction in the world of art is Sir William Russell Flint.
We stock hundreds of this artist's signed limited edition prints and always a fine selection of his original watercolour paintings.
Throughout his life Sir William Russell Flint has spent many years painting beautiful watercolour images of scenes in France,
in particular Dordogne and the Perigord, where this beautiful holiday house is to let click here
and offers complete tranquility and relaxation.
There are also a number of signed limited edition prints of paintings from Britanny, The Loire, Ardeche, Provence.
We have for sale several original paintings from the south west France, near to the beautiful towns of Brantome and Perigueux and also Languedoc
His work has now become regarded as some of the finest watercolour paintings in the world.
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