Robert Greenhalf is one of the foremost wildlife artists of his generation. For more than forty years he has drawn and painted the birds of Britain and further afield. His work appears in collections around the world.
Influenced by Japanese printers, Robert is best known for his woodcuts, which capture the waders and woodland birds of his home on the Sussex coast.
This book shows a range of Robert’s works, ranging from preparatory sketches, to oils and woodcuts.
This book is £15 plus £3 postage, totalling £18.00