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Al Barbour - "The Right of Territory No. 7 of 35"

"The Right of Territory No. 7 of 35"

The Right of Territory No. 7 of 35
Print on Canvas, US$ 281

The Right of Territory No. 7 of 35

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Print on Canvas

W: 1200mm x H: 900mm
W: 47" x H: 35"

Approx. Weight: 1kg

This work is unframed


US$ 281


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About "The Right of Territory No. 7 of 35"

The Leopard is by far one of the most beautiful animals on the planet. Their elusive character and rare sightings reputation make them that more special when encountered in the bush.
Leopards are solitary animals and masterful hunters, they rely on their highly tuned senses to stalk and subdue their prey. The leopard is one of the most successful and adaptable carnivores in the world and so they are able to survive and hold territories in almost any habitat.
Male leopards spend their early lives roaming in search of territory that will overlap several female territories. In search of territory they encounter many hardships and often have to fight for their lives with other males and female leopards. This well established male has earned the right of territory and enjoyed the fruits of his success with a large territory filled with plentiful prey which overlaps many female territories.
I have a special connection with Leopards having been given the nickname 'Ingwe' by a Zulu chief at the age of 13 because of my stalking prowess in the bush much like a leopard.
Ever since the name has stuck with me and my wife refers to me as the 'Leopard man' for my ability of finding Leopards in the bush.

Al Barbour

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About Al

Al Barbour

My love for art stems from my life to date, a life of travel and exploration through 15 countries in Africa and to 4 of the world's continents. Born in 1973 in the Eastern Cape, I was exposed to nature, wildlife and landscapes from an early age on our family farms. My love for the great outdoors has grown over the years so much so that I try and spend as much as 4 months in the bush every year.

Although not educated as an artist, my professional interests in architecture, interior design and photography have given me an eye for shape, form and colour. Both my passions of work and art have provided me with valuable exposure and combined to give a solid understanding of art and the industry.

My work is largely a result of my seeking and seeing something different, something extraordinary in something that we may see everyday. My work offers me a fantastic platform from which to share the wonderful experiences that nature, my travels and my life have afforded me with the rest of world.

All my works are Gicle[0xC3A9] limited edition canvas prints. Each print is hand signed, numbered and accompanied by a certificate of authenticity to ensure that the work of art that you purchase retains and appreciates in value.

Price Range

US$ 266-374



Numerous private exhibitions for game lodges, hotels and resorts, statemen, international stars and business leaders.

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