Nigel Hemming
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Sample of Nigel Hemming's work

Nigel Hemming
In Splendid Isolation

Nigel Hemming
Two's Company

Nigel Hemming
So Calm

Nigel Hemming
Here Comes The Sun

 
 
 
 

Nigel Hemming
October Mist

Nigel Hemming
At Peace

Nigel Hemming
Without a Care

Nigel Hemming
Vilage England

 
 
 
 

Nigel Hemming

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Nigel Hemming is undoubtedly one of the country's most successful animal artists. Born in 1957 in Staffordshire, his career has been well documented with transition through the media of watercolour, acrylic, pastel, and finally oil.
Although he initially saw himself as a wildlife artist - ornithological subjects holding a particular fascination for him - it is painting of dogs - particularly working dogs - with which his name has become associated. The relationship between man and dog provides an endless source of inspiration for his work.

Living with his own dogs made Nigel a keen observer of canine behaviour and his images reflect this deep understanding of his subject.

Devotees find his paintings irresistible - seeing many of their own special animal's endearing traits captured on canvas.

Nigel's work has been published in limited edition form since the mid 1980's, enjoying increasing popularity with each new edition. His published works and original paintings have featured in one-man shows as well as a number of shared exhibitions. His work is collected throughout the U.K., Europe, and the U.S.A.

In1996 Nigel received the Fine Art Trade Guild's Published Artist of the Year award.

You can view or buy more of his work here [ www.collect-art.com ]
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