I believe we produce the best range of English shooting prints in the world. I know that is quite a statement but look at our selection. Our leading artist of shooting scenes is John Trickett. While not a shooting man himself he has good friends who shoot every week and they take him out with them and while they shoot he sketches, observes and photographs with tremendous results. The fact that he is such a fine painter anyway, with a wonderful eye for composition and feel for colour and atmosphere enables him to produce shooting scenes that are accurate and inspiring to the shooting man while being pleasing to the eye of his wife.They are prints that are decorative to hang in the living room as well as being nostalgic memories of cold winter days.We have another artist with similar qualities, a man who is also able to put together beautiful pictures. He specialises in game birds and wildfowl and his name is Julian Novorol. He is a very keen and experienced wildfowler and knows his subject deeply thus producing some of the most beautiful game bird prints and wildfowl prints to be found. His original paintings are lovely and we do have the occasional one in to sell. As well as these two artists we also have Johnathan Walker who puts his own unique twist on the subject. His prints and originals show his sportsmen as foxes dressed in tweeds out shooting or as poachers, often with a ferret on a lead. They are the most delightful watercolours and really in an individual style that is all his own. His originals are widely collected and his prints are very popular. There is also Paul Doyle who is best known for his dog prints but who has produced some shooting images with the dogs, such as 'Gunmaker's Row', knowm to all who go to the Game Fair, but his gunmaker's row consists of black labradors with a gun. As well as contemporary artists we also carry a few prints by J.C.Harrison and the old favourite, a copy of 'A Father's Advice', that wonderful rhyme all young boys intent on shooting should be given and it is in the form of a shooting print illustrated by Roger McPhail. Do have a look at our range of original paintings and our greeting cards where you will find more shooting images.
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