Robert Oxley

The Inquisitors


 

£895.00

Medium: Signed Ltd. Edition

Dimensions: 43" x 36"

Edition Size: 50

Description:

  A hand-embellished giclée print on boxed canvas by wildlife artist Robert Oxley entitled "The Inquisitors".

This boutique edition is extremely low numbered, only 50 copies worldwide, therefore will only be available for a short period.

As a little boy, Robert dreamed of becoming a zoo keeper. Today, the lions, tigers and elephants that roamed his imagination are given new life in his dazzling paintings.

He has returned for 2017 with Instinct: a collection inspired by his love of music and animals.

Robert says: '' I’ve painted African wild dogs a few times. But not for a long time. I’ve always loved them, their long adolescent legs, there curious nature, devotion to their pack, whenever I see them it almost makes me sad to remember where I’ve come from. The community of my home village which I left and haven’t found anywhere else. These funny clown-like dogs can’t fail to melt your heart, here three is not a crowd, I’ve used three dogs in this piece to represent my partner, my son and myself. The title is not an aggressive meaning but a curiosity for life and to seek out the things that inspire us and if you can do that in a group your winning.''

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Medium: Signed Ltd. Edition

Dimensions: 48" x 41"

Edition Size: 50

Description:

  A framed, hand-embellished,  giclée print on boxed canvas by wildlife artist Robert Oxley entitled "The Inquisitors".

This boutique edition is extremely low numbered, only 50 copies worldwide, therefore will only be available for a short period.

Image size 43" x 36"

As a little boy, Robert dreamed of becoming a zoo keeper. Today, the lions, tigers and elephants that roamed his imagination are given new life in his dazzling paintings.

He has returned for 2017 with Instinct: a collection inspired by his love of music and animals.

Robert says: '' I’ve painted African wild dogs a few times. But not for a long time. I’ve always loved them, their long adolescent legs, there curious nature, devotion to their pack, whenever I see them it almost makes me sad to remember where I’ve come from. The community of my home village which I left and haven’t found anywhere else. These funny clown-like dogs can’t fail to melt your heart, here three is not a crowd, I’ve used three dogs in this piece to represent my partner, my son and myself. The title is not an aggressive meaning but a curiosity for life and to seek out the things that inspire us and if you can do that in a group your winning.''

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