Robert Bateman Original Art

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The Original Art of Robert Bateman
Feast – Vultures
Medium:             Oil on Canvas
Dimensions:     48 x 36 in
Price:                   Contact us for price
Sparring Tigers
Medium:             Acrylic on Canvas
Dimensions:     36 x 36 in
Price:                   SOLD
Purple Gallinules
Medium:             Oil on Board
Dimensions:     7 x 10 in
Price:                   SOLD
Full Stride – Great Blue Heron
Medium:            
Dimensions:     48 x 36 in
Price:                   SOLD
Studio & Bird Feeders
Medium:             Oil on Canvas
Dimensions:     40 x 30 in
Price:                   Contact us for price
Starling Bathing
Medium:             Oil on Board
Dimensions:     10 x 7.5 in
Price:                   SOLD
California Condors
Medium:             Acrylic on Canvas
Dimensions:     60 x 48 in
Price:                   SOLD
Lewa – Cheetah
Medium:             Oil on Board
Dimensions:     48 x 36 in
Price:                   Contact us for price
Barn Swallow in Window
Medium:             Oil on Board
Dimensions:     18 x 20 in
Price:                   SOLD
Bald Eagle in Cedar Snags
Medium:             Oil on Canvas
Dimensions:     48 x 36 in
Price:                   SOLD
Russian Brown Bear

“If the bald eagle is the symbol for America and the beaver is the symbol for Canada, I have always thought of the bear as the symbol for Russia. Actually, the Eurasian brown bear is the same species as the American grizzly bear.  However, this species comes in many different races or subspecies ranging from almost black to blond.  The Kodiak of Alaska and Kamchatka bears can be up to 1500 lbs.  In Russia these animals may still be found in the Ural Mountains and throughout the Taiga.

All through history large predators have been considered serious competitors and threats to humans.    Of course, because of our weapons we have usually won the disputes.  Therefore for at least a century bears have been eliminated from most of their ancient range.

I have always greatly admired and respected these animals with their handsome sense of power.  I have seen them many times in the wilds of North America.  In Alaska, I experienced a mock attack by a “spoiled” bear at Salmon River.

In this painting, I made the animal almost bigger than the canvas, bringing it too close for comfort.  The bear seems to be walking out of the mist of a salmon river and turns to notice the viewer at the last moment.  It will either attack or pass on by.  That lingers as the mystery.”

– Robert Bateman

 

Medium:             Acrylic on Canvas
Dimensions:     72 x 48 in
Price:                   SOLD
Cloud and Golden Eagle
Medium:             Acrylic on Board
Dimensions:     36 x 36 in
Price:                   Contact us for price
Denali Sweep
Medium:             Acrylic on Board
Dimensions:     60 x 26 in
Price:                   SOLD
Elk Female and Young
Medium:             Graphite on Canvas
Dimensions:     48 x 48 in
Price:                   SOLD
Raft of Otters
Medium:             Graphite on Canvas
Dimensions:     48 x 24 in
Price:                   SOLD
Woodshed in Winter
Medium:             Acrylic on Board
Dimensions:     24 x 18 in
Price:                   SOLD
Old Fort Tiger
Medium:             Acrylic on Board
Dimensions:     36 x 24 in
Price:                   SOLD
George River Caribou
Medium:             Acrylic on Board
Dimensions:     36 x 36 in
Price:                   SOLD
Mountain Goat at Kakwa
Medium:             Acrylic on Board
Dimensions:     16 x 12 in
Price:                   SOLD
Angus Sunset
Medium:             Acrylic on Board
Dimensions:     36 x 24 in
Price:                   SOLD
Smoke Screen – Cougar
Medium:             Acrylic on Board
Dimensions:     36 x 36 in
Price:                   SOLD
Eagles at Brackendale
Medium:             Acrylic on Board
Dimensions:     16 x 12 in
Price:                   SOLD
On Salt Spring – Sheep
Medium:             Acrylic on Board
Dimensions:     24 x 14 in
Price:                   SOLD
Walrus at Svalbard

“The walrus is one of the biggest North American mammals, weighing over a thousand pounds – more than a moose! We were able to approach this resting herd on one of the islands of Svalbard in the European Arctic. The scenery there is a bonus to the spectacular wildlife”.
– Robert Bateman

Medium:             Acrylic on Board
Dimensions:     12 x 8 in
Price:                   SOLD
March of the Penguins
Medium:            
Dimensions:     N/A
Price:                   SOLD

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