Richard Whittlestone Wildlife Gallery
Located on the beautiful Chatsworth estate in the heart of the Peak District National Park, the Richard Whittlestone Wildlife Gallery is the home for Richard Whittlestone's stunning paintings which he sells all over the world.
The gallery houses Richard's latest originals, together with a large selection of limited edition prints and cards. He works most days at the gallery which incorporates his studio and can be seen there where he is available to discuss commissions and latest projects.
With stunning views and ample parking, the gallery is well worth a visit at any time of year.
Richard's current work can all be seen in the Online Shop
Over the past 32 years, Richard has become one of the UK's most loved and respected wildlife artists. Working in acrylics, water colour and oils, his inspiration comes from his deep love of the countryside and his own encyclopaedic knowledge of birds & wildlife.
Obviously, due to the current situation, the gallery is temporarily closed but we will open as soon as we are able.
Richard is working on new paintings for show later in the year.
The website is live and we will fulfil all orders taken, though things are a little slower so patience may be required!
Typically £125 - £195 and beautifully framed, these make wonderful gifts and can be purchased from the gallery.
Not advertised on the web-site as they sell quickly.
We are happy to send a photo of available stock on request.
Chatsworth Through Winter Trees
Limited edition print
Ten brand new card packs are now available in our online store
(including Grey Wagtail above)
Featuring Richard's beautiful designs, each card is blank inside for your own message and is accompanied with an A5 envelope.
Pack of three £7.50
PAINTINGS AT BRUAR
The gallery at the House of Bruar in Perthshire has 7 new paintings
of Richard's on show.
Buzzard, Black Grouse, Snipe
and Crested Tit are amongst the subjects.
ONE TO ONE TUITION WITH RICHARD
Richard is taking bookings for his painting workshops.
One to one tuition courses covering a range of techniques.
Lessons take place in his studio on a Monday between 10am and 4pm where Richard paints alongside his student in a relaxed atmosphere, giving out tips and tricks learned over a life-time of painting.
Dates for August and September 2020 will be added soon.
Please telephone in gallery hours for further information.
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