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Paul Sellmann - That Looks Tasty | Animals & Wildlife Art Fine Art
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Paul Sellmann - "That Looks Tasty"

"That Looks Tasty"

That Looks Tasty
Oil on Canvas, US$ 301

That Looks Tasty

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Details

Oil on Canvas

W: 455mm x H: 610mm x D: 19mm
W: 18" x H: 24" x D: 1"

Approx. Weight: 1kg

This work is framed (but can be supplied either framed or unframed)

Price

US$ 301

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About "That Looks Tasty"

This young Barred Owl is looking down on a small frog, and within seconds he swooped down and caught it.

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About Paul

Paul Sellmann

Paul is regarded by people who purchase his work as one of the top South African wildlife artists, he was born and raised in the early 1950s in what was then called Rhodesia, now Zimbabwe, in the sprawling town of Bulawayo, near the majestic and hauntingly beautiful Matopo Hills that have an abundance of wildlife, stunning scenery and rock paintings . It was there that Pauls interest in wildlife and art developed. He has done many pencil drawings, Wood carvings and Oil Paintings, Paul paints landscapes and portraits too but always comes back to wildlife. Paul sells most of his works and has often been commissioned to do paintings and drawings. Paul has also on occasions painted pet portraits on commission from good quality photos.

Price Range

US$ 83-601

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Exhibitions

Paul has not done any formal exhibitions as yet, although his work has been displayed in numerous galleries.

Education

Paul learns from art classes, other artists and life itself.

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