Robert Bateman – HIGH COUNTRY STONE SHEEP

Image size 18" x 24"
950 s/n
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The stone sheep is the southern and darker form of the Dall’s sheep. In this painting, I wanted to capture the breathtaking majesty of the domain of the stone sheep and to give a feeling of precariousness. They live in a world of precipitous cliffs. - Robert Bateman

Robert Bateman – ABOVE THE RAPIDS

Image size 23" x 37"
29/180 s/n (Giclee Canvas)
asking $1250.00 CDN
jaker@telus.net
"Salmon are an essential element for nourishment of wildlife from grizzly bears to birds to other aquatic life and insects. Moreover, scientists have just discovered that the nutrient makes its way through bears, birds and insects to fertilize the giant west coast lowland forest. Salmon rivers have much bigger trees than non-salmon rivers. This fish is so important and integral to society and nature that many people think it should be the poster creature for the Endangered Species Act instead of the spotted owl."
"Although I have not shown a salmon in this painting, you know that they are there. Some are in the quiet water above the falls and others are still fighting their way upstream. This is why the grizzly bear and gulls are there. This is the banquet time so important to these species and many others. It is a far-ranging crime against nature and against us to jeopardize the spectacular wild salmon." - Robert Bateman

Robert Bateman – AIR, FOREST AND WATCH

Image size 23" x 34.5"
42588 s/n
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asking $299.00 USD
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The Air, the Forest and the Watch was painted as a celebration of Earth Day. My subjects, the atmosphere, the trees and the bald eagle, were chosen as symbols of issues that require our commitment to the preservation of our planet. - Robert Bateman
 

Robert Bateman – ARCTIC FAMILY

Image size 17 3/4" x 26"
950 s/n
asking $ SOLD
At the edge of the sea, this arctic family pauses before venturing into the real world of the polar bear. This is the world of sea and pack ice. Polar bears are completely at home in the sea with their waterproof fur and broad, flat feet furred almost to the toes. - Robert Bateman

Robert Bateman – ARCTIC FAMILY

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Image Size 17 3/4" x generic viagra 100mg 26"
950 s/n
asking $900.00 cdn
Contact: murdockhaynes@quadro.net

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bateman arctic family

At the edge of the sea, this arctic family pauses before venturing into the real world of the polar bear. This is the world of sea and pack ice. Polar bears are completely at home in the sea with their waterproof fur and broad, flat feet furred almost to the toes. - Robert Bateman
 

Robert Bateman – AT THE CLIFF

Image size 21.75" x 29.75"
3154 / 12500 s/n
asking $250.00 CDN
Contact:lnbrown@live.ca
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The Air, the Forest and the Watch was painted as a celebration of Earth Day. My subjects, the atmosphere, the trees and the bald eagle, were chosen as symbols of issues that require our commitment to the preservation of our planet. - Robert Bateman
Safely stationed in an imposing rock crevice, the bobcat keeps watch over its territory. Relying primarily on its senses of sight and hearing to pinpoint potential prey, the bobcat has chosen a sylvan spot on this mossy platform. - Robert Bateman

Robert Bateman – BIG BLACK

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Bateman big black
Canvas size 32" x 32"
11/180 s/n
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It's a striking study in contrasts - the restless energy of churning, white water and the quiet, contained power of a black bear. We saw this bear at fairly close range on the shore of a quiet river. We were in a canoe. He was surrounded by bright green and yellow sunlit foliage. I decided to show him in a simple Rothko-like black rectangle with a narrow band of white water beneath - Robert Bateman

Robert Bateman – BLACK EAGLE

Image size 20.75" x 13.5"
459 / 950 s/n
asking $195.00 CDN
Contact:lnbrown@live.ca
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This scene is based on a memorable experience early one morning in Africa. We visited a granite outcrop, which was the home of a pair of black eagles. As the sun warmed their perches on the higher rocks, upward air currents were generated. Soon the eagles took off, riding the thermals, and gave us a wonderful display of flying skills as they hunted for prey. - Robert Bateman

Robert Bateman – BLUFFING BULL

Image size 18.25" x 22.25"
950 s/n
asking $1375.00 CDN
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I have been charged quite often by lone bull elephants who were only bluffing. Although I never stood my ground to test them, I felt that their efforts were halfhearted bravado. Even as I departed, I have seen them stop in a swirl of dust, tossing their heads and swinging their trunks to put me in my place. - Robert Bateman

Robert Bateman – CANADA GEESE NESTING

Image size 24" x 31"
950 s/n
1)asking $1695.00 USD
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2)asking $1995.00 CDN
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705-645-4235
Canada geese, for me, are symbols of fidelity and territoriality. I see them as forceful, direct birds. In this painting I was thinking about the bond between the two and have shown the male on guard, watchful and alert, and the female on the nest. - Robert Bateman

Robert Bateman – CARDINAL AND WILD APPLES

Image size 11.75" x 17.5"
12183 s/n
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These apples were growing on my favorite apple tree in Ontario. This is a unique tree producing fruit unlike any I have tasted - sweet, aromatic, crisp, juicy and almost lacking in sourness. It will remain forever wild with its unsprayed and blemished fruit. - Robert Bateman

Robert Bateman – CLEAR NIGHT WOLVES canvas

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Canvas size 30" x 40"
AP 84/99 s/n
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asking $2200.00 CDN
Contact:john@revealcanada.ca
519 856-9602
I do not mean this to be a frightening picture. The wolves, which normally avoid eye contact, are staring right at you. Although they sense your presence, they can't quite make you out. They are alert and interested, but not about to attack. They are equal to you, the viewer; they are on the same level. The feeling of slight tension and respect between you and them is mutual. You are in their domain. Now that they know about you they will melt away into the gloom. - Robert Bateman
 

Robert Bateman – COYOTE IN WINTER SAGE

Image size 19.5" x 29.5"
950 s/n
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The coyote, or brush wolf, is our North American wild dog. He is standing on an old glacial gravel ridge, among winter sagebrush. I enjoyed the austere colors and rich textures and forms. - Robert Bateman

Robert Bateman – DARK GYRFALCON

Image size 25.5" x 16.25"
496 / 950 s/n
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The gyrfalcon is the king of the falcons and is much sought after by the falconers of the world. In this painting, I wanted to indicate a lonely feeling, thus I have the bird looking a bit wistful at the bottom of a large misty place. - Robert Bateman

Robert Bateman – DESCENDING SHADOWS

Image size 21.25" x 28.5"
8659 s/n
asking $225.00 cdn
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As a culture, wolves live communally and teach their young. They are a culture whose lifestyle has evolved in deep forests in need of those vast undisturbed tracts of old trees in order to survive, but the destruction of the forests in the past few decades has far surpassed that of previous centuries. Let us hope that we can find alternative sources of fiber and protect these large areas of old growth forests and the wolves which inhabit them. - Robert Bateman

Robert Bateman – END OF SEASON GRIZZLY

Image size 23.75" x 31.5"
7249 s/n

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In this painting, I have shown a big male grizzly in a far from threatening mood. Winter is coming; he is fat, contented and getting sleepy. He has come down to the salmon river to look for a snack before curling up for hibernation. - Robert Bateman

Robert Bateman – ENDANGERED SPACES

Image size 19.25" x 29"
4008 s/n
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780-467-2686

At the end of the 20th century, there is still room on the planet for those animals that have historically been competitors of man, such as the bears and wolves of North America. Do our competitors live free? Can they still be bears in their own habitats and not just in zoos? - Robert Bateman

Robert Bateman – EVENING GROSBEAK

Image size 19.75" x 15.5"
AP -(Artist Proof)

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asking $495.00 CDN
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I placed this evening grosbeak threesome in a white birch tree, which, in the early winter, still has a few of its seed tassels. It is one of those cool, moist days before the first snowfall, but warmth is brought to us by these boisterous birds with their sunset colors and their ringing, melodious chirps. - Robert Bateman

Robert Bateman – EVENING IDYLL

Image size 15.75" x 30.5"
#41/56
AP -(Artist Proof)

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"It was the quality of color, tone and design that most involved me in this picture. There is a restricted color harmony of peach, pink, gold and purple, all of which are almost the same tone, so that a kind of satiny shimmering is presented to the eye." Robert Bateman - Robert Bateman

Robert Bateman – EVERGLADES

Image size 23.5 x 30.25
950 s/n

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941-928-5590

The warm climate and abundance of sun and moisture make the Everglades the richest natural areas of the world. It teams with a multitude of life forms, from giant alligators to deer, small amphibians, fish, birds, and waterfowl - Robert Bateman

Robert Bateman – FENCEPOST AND BURDOCK

Image size 10" x 16"
553 / 950 s/n

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asking $335.00 CDN
contact: elliotalf@hotmail.com

The natural world is not the only thing that appeals to me as an artist. I also enjoy manmade objects, particularly those, which have been affected by the forces of nature. This fence post was a living growing white cedar, which, over the decades, has evolved an interesting surface of patterns and textures. The humble burdock supplies a decorative aspect. - Robert Bateman

Robert Bateman – FOX CROSSING

Image size 24" x 36"
12/36 AP (Giclee Canvas)
asking $1250.00 CDN
jaker@telus.net

"Some say that the cross fox, seen below, is so-named because it is a cross between a red fox and a black or silver fox, but a cross or black fox can occur any time in a litter of red foxes. Others say its name came from the dark area down the back and across the shoulders that forms the sign of a cross.
"Although all foxes are perky and elegant, this one was especially so, leading me to believe that it must be a female. I featured the luxuriant tail, a very important asset to all foxes. This one is graced with a superb and abundant appendage. The tail, when wrapped around a sleeping fox's face and paws, becomes a muff and comforter with great insulation properties, but is easy to breathe through" - Robert Bateman

Robert Bateman – GHOST OF THE NORTH

Image size 24.5" x 31.5"
907 / 950 s/n

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The great gray owl is truly a ghost of the north. It is fleeting and silent. Its wing feathers have downy edges, making its flight totally silent. The colors are subdued, and the patterns provide excellent camouflage. - Robert Bateman

Robert Bateman – GIANT PANDA

Image Size 24 x 31"
5000 s/n
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asking $1400.00 CDN
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Image size 24" x 31
1500 AP - ARTIST PROOF
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Image size 24" x 31"
5000 s/n
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Contact:danny@curling.ca
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There is a mystique that surrounds the panda. Not only is it rare in captivity, it is also rare in the wild. The almost impenetrable mountain forests where it makes its home are surrounded by mystery - Robert Bateman

Robert Bateman – GOLDEN CROWNED KINGLET AND RHODODENDRON

Image size 12" x 15.5"
950 s/n

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In this work, I wanted to show the diminutive quality of the bird by subordinating it to the blossoms. Although the images have a delicate, feminine look, I was also intrigued by the abstract power created by the shapes in the reflections. - Robert Bateman

Robert Bateman – GRASSY BANK

Image size 24.5" x 18.25"
401 / 950 s/n

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asking $250.00 CDN
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I wanted this painting to convey this scene: a heron at a fishing place by a small stream that has probably had its fill of minnows and frogs and so has folded up into its resting pose. - Robert Bateman

Robert Bateman – GREAT CRESTED GREBE

Image size 8.75" x 11.5"
25 / 56 AP

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asking $195.00 CDN
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The great crested grebe is one of the more spectacular European water birds. I particularly enjoy their strong color patterns and striking headdresses when I see them on my trips to Britain and Europe. - Robert Bateman

Robert Bateman – GREAT HORNED OWL IN THE WHITE PINE

Image size 30.5" x 16"
513 / 950 s/n

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asking $950.00 CDN
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In this picture, I have shown the owl in his haughty, angry pose, as if he is staring down the contemptible crows. I wanted to achieve a sense of air and space behind the owl and to give an unstable, oriental look to the composition with the white, empty space at the bottom. - Robert Bateman

Robert Bateman – GREATER KUDU BULL

Image size 7.5" x 13"
555 / 950 s/n

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The kudu is one of the most magnificent antelopes in Africa. It is large and swift and elusive. I have been lucky enough to see them in the field on several occasions, but since they live in thick bush country, this is usually quite difficult. - Robert Bateman

Robert Bateman – HIGH KINGDOM SNOW LEOPARD

Image size 24.5" x 32.25"
7019 / 10772 s/n

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asking $500.00 CDN
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519-351-7460

Image size 24.5" x 32.25"
470 / 10772 s/n
asking $550.00 CDN
contact: ln.brown@shaw.ca

Of all the big cats, the snow leopard is perhaps the most endangered species. Although it lives in one of the wildest and least accessible parts of the world, the Himalayas, it is very vulnerable. - Robert Bateman

Robert Bateman – IN FOR THE EVENING

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Canvas size 19" x 24"
4/180 s/n
asking $900.00 cdn
Contact: john@revealcanada.ca
519 856-9602

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There are still places where one can see the timeless activities of man and nature. Although this is a scene which happened a short time ago near my own home, it could have happened, in every detail, a century ago. - Robert Bateman
 

Robert Bateman – IN THE MOUNTAINS

Image size 12" x 15 3/8"
24 / 76 s/n ARTIST PROOF

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asking $245.00 CDN
contact: ln.brown@shaw.ca

If I see an osprey, I feel that this particular area must be an interesting place. I very much enjoy the presence of water. This, coupled with plentiful fish, is a good indication of osprey as well as other wildlife. This painting is a study of a nest I saw in truly picturesque wilderness country - the Grand Tetons in Wyoming. - Robert Bateman

Robert Bateman – INTRUSION

Image size 215/8" x 32 3/8"
2250 s/n

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This majestic and proud beast glares through the mossy brush, warning onlookers to keep their distance from his self proclaimed territory. This print is a true representation of the intensity of presence that the Mountain Gorilla holds in his natural habitat. - Robert Bateman

Robert Bateman – LEOPARD IN A SAUSAGE TREE

Image size 20.25" x 25.75"
950 s/n

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asking $2300.00 cdn
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contact: rpk@sympatico.ca

The leopard glides through the branches of the sausage tree without effort or sound and instantly blends with the convoluted limbs. The coolness of his attitude in his green, airy world reminded me of the atmosphere of a tropical café - exotic and relaxed. - Robert Bateman

Robert Bateman – LION AND WILDEBEEST

Image Size 24.5 x 31.25
950 s/n

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asking (reduced) $200.00 usd
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I Designed this painting to play up the herd of wildebeest and to show that a few are keeping an eye on the lion. I deliberately painted the lion as subdued and almost transparent, partly as a reaction to the normal dramatic depiction and partly because lions do blend with the landscape. - Robert Bateman

Robert Bateman – LIONS AT DAWN

Image Size 22 x 29.25
480 / 950 s/n

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With their regal elegance, these cats forever intrigue us. Lounging playfully in the morning sun, these stately creatures bring us up close in a wildlife encounter that is especially one of a kind- Robert Bateman

Robert Bateman – LOON FAMILY

Image Size 16.5 x 18.25
950 s/n

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asking $1400.00 CDN
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To millions of people, loons symbolize the clean, remote wilderness. It is partly the familiar sight of the elegant silhouette, but mainly the haunting cry. Now, of course, lakes like this one are threatened by acid rain, the fish population is declining as the acidity rises. In time, there will be no food for the loons, and our lake will be dead. Let us hope that powerful forces will come to the rescue in time. - Robert Bateman

Robert Bateman – MAJESTY ON THE WING

Image size 18 x 30
950 s/n

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The air is the eagle's domain, and I wanted to capture the presence of the atmosphere. The wings seem to seize volumes of air. I have orchestrated the shapes of the snow patches to echo the strokes of the wing feathers and to emphasize the thrust of the bird through the air - Robert Bateman
 

Robert Bateman – MALLARD FAMILY

Image size 10.75" x 6"
456 / 950 s/n

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Asking $195.00 CDN
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The mallard is perhaps the best known duck in the world. It would seem that its population should prosper throughout its range, however, due to various factors, some of these populations are seriously declining. Over-hunting and habitat reduction may be involved. - Robert Bateman

Robert Bateman – MANGROVE MORNING

Image size 24.75 x 19.5
2000 s/n

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This image is loosely based on a scene I witnessed in the Everglades one beautiful Easter morning. I rearranged it, however, to create the feeling of an oriental tapestry. I wanted to give an effect similar to old shot silk. I played with the colors so that they would be somewhat tropical and lavish, perhaps reminiscent of a Gaugin painting. - Robert Bateman

Robert Bateman – MEADOWS EDGE

Image size 15.75 x 22.75
950 s/n

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Asking $1495.00 CDN
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905-868-9881

In this picture, I have shown the mallard drake as a birder often sees him, in a rather quiet, almost domestic scene. I have used back lighting and a color combination of flowers, grass and water to harmonize with the colors of the bird. While the hen is busy with the young, this mallard is taking a rest in the midst of a preening session. - Robert Bateman

Robert Bateman – MOOSE AT WATERS EDGE

Image size 10.75" x 6"
456 / 950 s/n

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Asking $275.00 CDN
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Although the moose appears to be ungainly he is the tallest North American hoofed mammal and, in many ways, is very stately. This moose has emerged onto a sandy spit in the early morning glow. Fall is approaching, and this bull is perhaps looking for a mate or a rival. - Robert Bateman

Robert Bateman – MUSKOKA LAKE

Image size 15.5" x 26.5"
2500 s/n

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asking $275.00 USD
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The common loon is the symbol of the North Country, a land of evergreen forests and pure lakes. I have tried to render the water almost as a tapestry, with gentle cross weaving of color and tones created by the physics of reflections and ripples. - Robert Bateman

Robert Bateman – NORTHERN REFLECTIONS

Image size 20" x 30.25"
8631 s/n

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asking $1500.00 CDN
contact: ra.nesbitt@sympatico.ca

The lighting is fundamental to the effect of this painting. I put almost the entire painting in shadow, with the accents coming from the highlights. The early morning light is striking across the scene, picking up just a bit of the cliff face and the heads of the two adult loons - Robert Bateman
* The original of this image was the Canadian government's wedding gift to Prince Charles and Lady Diana

Robert Bateman – NORTHERN REFLECTIONS – LOON FAMILY

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Bateman northern reflections loon2

Canvas size 27" x 40"
105/350 s/n

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"The lighting is fundamental to the effect of this painting. I put almost the entire painting in shadow, with the accents coming from the highlights. The early morning light is striking across the scene, picking up just a bit of the cliff face and the heads of the two adult loons". - Robert Bateman

NOTE: The original of this image was the Canadian government's wedding gift to Prince Charles and Lady Diana.

Robert Bateman – OSPREY IN THE RAIN

Image size 15" x 9.5"
950 s/n

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I have never thought that art should be pretty and comfortable. For most living things, life is tough and relatively short. On balance, however, life is absorbing and exciting and well worth the effort. In this picture, I wanted to show one of the more miserable moments in the day of an osprey. This is a painting in the tradition of the great Japanese woodblock artist, Hokusai, who showed life in all its aspects. - Robert Bateman

Robert Bateman – PEREGRINE FALCON AND WHITE THROATED SWIFTS

Image size 26.25" x 20"
119 / 950 s/n

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In this painting, I wanted to convey a plummeting, unstable feeling. I deliberately made one of the peregrine’s wings almost touch the frame so that the line of the frame adds force to the hawk’s dive. The misty trees and little cloud at the bottom also hold things in without destroying the dynamic momentum of the painting. - Robert Bateman

Robert Bateman – PREDATOR PORTFOLIO

BLACK BEAR

Image Size 9 X 7-7/8"
950 s/n
SET OF THREE

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COUGAR

Image Size 9 X 7-7/8"
950 s/n
SET OF THREE

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GRIZZLY

Image Size 9 X 7 7/8"
950 s/n
SET OF THREE

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WOLVES

Image Size 9 3/4" x 7 3/4"

950 s/n
SET OF THREE

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WOLVERINE

Image Size 9 3/4" x 7 3/4"

950 s/n
2 PRINTS

Full set, mint, unframed with documents.
Matching numbers for entire set.
asking $4100.00 CDN
contact: jascan@telus.net

Robert Bateman – READY FOR THE HUNT- SNOWY OWL

Image size 20" x 31.5"
359 / 950

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asking $1275.00 CDN
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The owl I have shown is perched on an old cedar post. I enjoy the way the elements on the installations were placed by our forefathers. On some long forgotten day, a farmer placed that post. The reason is no longer evident, but for the owl it doesn't matter. The post is a perfect place from which to begin his hunt. - Robert Bateman

Robert Bateman – RESTING PLACE CAPE BUFFALO

Image size 19.5" x 33.5"
543 / 950 s/n

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The cape buffalo is a powerful and dangerous African mammal. Often mistaken for the slovenly domestic water buffalo, the cape buffalo is more like a tough, Spanish fighting bull. Here I have shown a mature bull in repose. Something has startled him and his ever-present cattle egret companions - perhaps an approaching elephant or lion. - Robert Bateman

Robert Bateman – ROYAL FAMILY

Image Size 20" x 32 3/4"
950 s/n

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Its two American cousins, the trumpeter and whistling swans, are of the wild, remote areas. The mute swan, on the other hand, is associated with soft landscapes of winding rivers and weeping willows or lush parks and grand estates. This is the elegant swan of poetry and songs. - Robert Bateman

Robert Bateman – RUBY THROAT AND COLUMBINE

Image size 12" x 15.75"
950 s/n

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Phone: (519)980-7141

In this picture, I wanted to give the feeling of richness, intimacy and elegance. I have lit the flowers from the back to give them a transparent glow, which echoes the jewel-like quality of the bird. - Robert Bateman

Robert Bateman – SHADOW OF THE RAINFOREST

Bateman shadow of rainfores
Image size 21 5/8" x 32 3/8"
446/2500

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Part of my fascination with the jaguar, the largest wild cat of the Americas, stems from my interest in big predators. But like many large carnivores that live at the peak of their particular food pyramid, the jaguar also stands as a symbol of the disappearing tropical forest. Its varied diet alone demonstrates the diversity of the habitat it requires, preying as it does on at least sixty different species, including the razor-tusked rainforest pig called the peccary, and the capybara, which as the largest living rodent weighs as much as 132 pounds. I’ve never seen a jaguar in the wild - only jaguar footprints in the jungle of Belize. But that somehow seems appropriate for this swift and solitary hunter. The jaguar once ranged from the southwestern United States to southern Argentina. Now, except in the still-vast rainforest of the Amazon basin, jaguars are very rare, their numbers having been drastically reduced by big-game hunters and the vanishing habitat. - Robert Bateman

Shadows of the Rainforest - Conservation Edition.
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Robert Bateman – SIBERIAN TIGER

Image Size 21.5" x 32.5"
Image Size 7" x 7"
450 s/n

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asking $800.00 CDN
contact: brongersjn@telus.net

The Siberian tiger inhabits wild and rugged country reminiscent of our own North American wilderness. Here, shadowed from the last sun of late afternoon, a Siberian tiger pauses in the brush of a snow-covered stream bank. The reflected orange sunset, with the dark stripes of the trees, echoes the pattern of the tiger's brilliant flanks which are, at this moment, hidden. - Robert Bateman. - Robert Bateman

Robert Bateman – SIERRA EVENING MEXICAN WOLF

Image Size 19.5" x 30.5"
1250 s/n

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asking $175.00 USD
contact: skabq@aol.com

The American Southwest is a region a stark mountains, arid grasslands and vast deserts, yet it harbors an amazing variety of plants and animals. Unfortunately, among the animals we can no longer find the Mexican wolf, el lobo, the smallest wolf subspecies, which formerly flourished from the southwestern United States to southern Mexico. As cattle ranching expanded, the Mexican wolf declined, poisoned or shot as a threat to livestock. Although a few wild members of this vanishing race may still survive in remote parts of Mexico, there have been no recent sightings. The survival of this subspecies will therefore depend on the successful release of captive-bred wolves into safe wilderness. - Robert Bateman

Robert Bateman – SNOWY NAP

Robert Bateman

SNOWY NAP

Image size 17.25" x 25"
950 s/n

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asking $1000.00 CDN
contact: walrath@telus.net

"with the fall of the Soviet Empire, the realm of the mighty Siberian tiger is gravely threatened. The great old growth forests of eastern Siberian are being decimated to make quick cash for the collapsed Russian economy. Of course, entire ecosystems, including large animals like tigers and bears, are in jeopardy. This young fellow, of the largest tiger subspecies, altaica, found in eastern Siberia and Manchuria, appears unaware of the fate of his race. After romping around and rolling about, he has dropped onto the soft, white powder for a quick, snowy nap." - Robert Bateman
 

Robert Bateman – SUDDEN MOVE

Image size 16-1/4" x 32-1/2"
2500 s/n

#1826/2500 s/n
Finished framed Size: 27" x 44"

asking $2800.00 CDN
contact: wandark@rogers.com

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Finished framed Size: 27" x 44"

asking $700.00 CDN
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A young Siberian tiger frolics in the snow. Suddenly he stops. Is his mood still playful... or will he pounce? - Robert Bateman

Robert Bateman – SUMMERTIME POLAR BEAR

Image size 14" x 22.75"
950 s/n

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asking $650.00 CDN
contact: danny@curling.ca

Summer in the arctic is wonderful. The days are long, and the plants and animals almost seem to be rushing to accomplish their activities before the coming of winter. After the long, dark winter out on the sea ice, the polar bears are able to come inland and enjoy a more varied diet. The winter food is almost entirely seals, but summertime brings small mammals, birds and eggs as well as a variety of plant life. It is an easy time for the bears. - Robert Bateman

Robert Bateman – SURF AND SANDERLINGS

Image size 13.25" x 17.75"
950 s/n

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asking $2100.00 CDN
contact: tina@belinko.com

The sanderlings, almost in unison, follow the backwash down the slope, then flee up beach inches ahead of the onrushing, bubbling foam. Sometimes, almost swamped, they will play this seemingly dangerous game without fear, but will take wing in a twinkling to avoid a soaking. - Robert Bateman

Robert Bateman – SWIFT FOX STUDY

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ROBERT BATEMAN custom framed Swift Fox Study - Publishers Proof - #20/20

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Image Size 8.5" x 10.5"

950 s/n + 20 PP

framed size 15" x 17"

$1100.00 USD

CONTACT - mgknopke@gmail.com

The swift fox is one of the smallest foxes in North America. It is the northern relative of the kit fox. Because it lives in ranch country, it is vulnerable to the affects of agriculture. The swift fox helps the farmer by eating mice and insects, and the farmer does not usually exterminate him on purpose. Agricultural pesticides and monoculture, however, have wiped out the swift fox in much of its original range. - Robert Bateman

Robert Bateman – TSITIKA AND HER SON AP canvas

bateman tsitika and her son
bateman tsitika and her son

Canvas size 28" x 42"
AP 5/36

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asking $2000.00 cdn
john@revealcanada.ca
519 856-9602

"We heard the orcas before we saw them. On the boat's hydrophone their squeals, squeaks, whistles and sighs sounded as if they were echoing in a cavernous space. Finally the mist lifted a little and we saw a phalanx of black dorsal fins not too far off - a family pod. Then the mist swallowed them up again. Perhaps one of the pods we glimpsed on that magical day of whale watching belonged to a whale that researchers have named Tsitika, an orca matriarch whose life history has given me a glimpse into the orca world. Tsitika and her family belong to the northern resident population of British Columbia killer whales. They have a remarkable social system that we are just beginning to understand." - Robert Bateman

Robert Bateman – TSITIKA AND HER SON canvas

bateman tsitika and her son
Bateman Tsitika and her son

Canvas size 28" x 42"
59/180 s/n

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asking $1800.00 cdn
john@revealcanada.ca
519 856-9602

"We heard the orcas before we saw them. On the boat's hydrophone their squeals, squeaks, whistles and sighs sounded as if they were echoing in a cavernous space. Finally the mist lifted a little and we saw a phalanx of black dorsal fins not too far off - a family pod. Then the mist swallowed them up again. Perhaps one of the pods we glimpsed on that magical day of whale watching belonged to a whale that researchers have named Tsitika, an orca matriarch whose life history has given me a glimpse into the orca world. Tsitika and her family belong to the northern resident population of British Columbia killer whales. They have a remarkable social system that we are just beginning to understand." - Robert Bateman

Robert Bateman – VIGILANCE

Image size 31" x 24"
500 s/n

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asking $ SOLD

I consider Vigilance my most important bald eagle painting. It has the most dramatic qualities, which is appropriate for what may be the most dramatic bird in North America. Every day, the bald eagle must be vigilant to survive. We too must be vigilant, every day, to protect. - Robert Bateman

Robert Bateman – WHITE ENCOUNTER

Image size 20 1/4" x 27 1/4"
950 s/n

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original release on paper

asking $3900.00 cdn
contact: ladyleeward@gmail.com

What if, traveling the arctic, you entered a blowing snow drift and, unknown to you, a polar bear entered from the other side? By the time you both knew this, it would be too late. This painting is the way I expressed the discovery. - Robert Bateman

Robert Bateman – WHITE ENCOUNTER POLAR BEAR

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Canvas size 31" x 42"
AP 17/36 s/n
asking $2000.00 cdn
john@revealcanada.ca
519 856-9602
What if, traveling the arctic, you entered a blowing snow drift and, unknown to you, a polar bear entered from the other side? By the time you both knew this, it would be too late. This painting is the way I expressed the discovery - Robert Bateman

Robert Bateman – WHITE FOOTED MOUSE IN WINTERGREEN

Image size 7.25" x 8.75"
950 s/n

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asking $850.00 CDN
contact: tina@belinko.com

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contact: ghentje@yahoo.com

This mouse is a fully mature adult in his two-tone brown and white. He is where he belongs, in the woods. The entrance to one of his burrows is graced with a clump of fragrant wintergreen. - Robert Bateman

Robert Bateman – WHITE ON WHITE

Image size 9.25" x 19"
950 s/n

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asking $525.00 CDN
gallery framed and matted
contact seller for framing details

contact: rpk@sympatico.ca
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asking $650.00 CDN
gallery framed and matted
contact seller for framing details

contact: sheilalindsay@sympatico.ca

This painting presented a challenge. In order to make the animal stand out, the logical place to put it would have been in front of the dark vegetation, but I thought it would be more interesting to paint the hare as nature had intended it - white on white. - Robert Bateman

Robert Bateman – WINTER REFLECTION WOLVES canvas

bateman winter reflection
bateman winter reflection

Canvas size 30" x 40"
4/180 s/n

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asking $1200.00 cdn
john@revealcanada.ca
519 856-9602

In the 1980s, we built a log cabin on a pond the beavers had made by damming a stream that flowed along the base of a cliff. This wall of Precambrian rock plunges to the water's edge. The pond is in a sheltered bowl and so the surface is almost always still. This produces a delightful view of cliff and reflections, always changing with the seasons and the time of day. Winter is one of our favorite times of year. From an artistic point of view, it gives the pleasure of large interlocking dark and light shades without the confusing green chaos of summertime. I want the viewer to enjoy the magic of the place and then to notice the wolf. A moment later, he will disappear. - Robert Bateman

Robert Bateman – WINTER SUNSET – MOOSE

Image size 20.5" x 30.75"
9600 s/n

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asking $3700.00 CDN
#26/950
contact: spitura@sasktel.net

Here I have shown a Bull Moose about to cross a beaver dam in early winter; the pond has not yet frozen. Besides portraying a mood of time and place, the interesting challenge, for me, was to show the textures and colors of the water, ice and snow. They are all H20, yet their physical properties do different things with light. - Robert Bateman

Robert Bateman – WINTER SUNSET – MOOSE – giclee canvas

bateman winter sunset moose
Bateman winter sunset moose canvas

Canvas size 28" x 42"
11/180 s/n

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asking $2200.00 CDN
john@revealcanada.ca
519 856-9602

Here I have shown a Bull Moose about to cross a beaver dam in early winter; the pond has not yet frozen. Besides portraying a mood of time and place, the interesting challenge, for me, was to show the textures and colors of the water, ice and snow. They are all H20, yet their physical properties do different things with light. - Robert Bateman

Robert Bateman – WINTER TRACKER

Image size 18.5" x 32.5"
4500 s/n

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asking $250.00 USD
contact: andrewt2@msn.com

Unlike most large predators, coyotes have adapted well to the human presence. Originally a western species, they have expanded their range north as far as the arctic, south as far as the northern part of South America, and east as far as New England. When I was a boy, there were no coyotes in the ravines of Toronto. Now, I gather, they are fairly common. They are seldom seen near human habitation, however, since they are alert, nimble, and usually quite shy. And though their habitat has expanded, coyotes seem most of all creatures of the open prairie, where their song - a series of sharp yelps followed by a high-pitched howl - often pierces the nocturnal stillness. - Robert Bateman

Robert Bateman – WRANGLERS CAMPSITE

Image size 24" x 16"
407 / 950

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asking $1425.00 CDN
contact: labs.kilworth@rogers.com

The gray jay is the silent and friendly little ghost that appears at campsites throughout the remote coniferous forests of North America. Although he doesn't like civilization, he appreciates visitors to his world, provided they bring some tasty scraps. - Robert Bateman

Robert Bateman – MIDNIGHT BLACK WOLF

Image size 23" x 30.5"
25,352 s/n
SOLD OUT AT PUBLISHER
asking $1000.00 cdn
contact gonfishn@kmts.ca - 807-547-3631
Custom Framed - contact seller for framing details

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contact: dmtorg@telus.net
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contact: ricochetrico@gmail.com
403 328 5793 #19,692/25,352
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contact: a.carreiro@yahoo.com
(321)-868-1828
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5798 / 25,352 s/n
contact: rgreer@amtelecom.net
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Asking $1950.00 cdn #4820/25,352
contact: 970-227-1827
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contact: saunders52@cox.net
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Asking $1750.00 cdn
contact: vverve@mts.net
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Asking $2400.00 CDN
contact: gloria.wallin@shaw.ca
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Asking $2050.00 CDN
contact: lovsailing@hotmail.com
416-993-1629
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