This is an original oil painting measuring 19" x 10". It is unframed and will be posted flat in a protective wrap.
Artist Ben Waddams says: "Non-native they may be, but to me it is still an exceptional treat to see a cock pheasant in all his finery, the sunlight reflecting off his feathers and the iridescence shining brightly. It is a sight that will always be an inspiration to me as a wildlife artist."
About the artist
Ben Waddams is a wildlife artist with over 10 years experience painting the creatures of the British countryside and trying to understand them. He was classically trained in fine art and has written and illustrated hundreds of articles on the natural history of the UK and further afield. His work is collected internationally and his reputation continues to grow. He lives in rural Shropshire with his family and Border Terrier, Rupert.
GWCT is selling this original artwork on behalf of the artist and will take a 25% commission from the proceeds to go towards our vital research.