Robert E Fuller

About robert e fuller and his wildlife art gallery on the Yorkshire Wolds

Robert E Fuller is a leading British wildlife artist. The artist paints in acrylic and oil, favouring a detailed art style. He spends months in the field studying the character of an animal or bird and has set up over 50 surveillance cameras filming around the nest sites of species such as barn owls, tawny owls, kestrels, stoats, weasels and kingfishers. He uses this research as a basis for composition ideas, before settling down to paint in his art studio and gallery in Thixendale, North Yorkshire. Regarded as an expert on wildlife and conservation matters, Robert regularly features on television programs including BBC Springwatch, The One Show and BBC Countryfile. Robert E Fuller also writes a regular column on nature and his paintings for the Yorkshire Post. He also writes and has been featured in national magazines including BBC Wildlife magazine and BBC Countryfile magazine. Robert lives and works in a beautiful location on the Yorkshire Wolds. He displays his work in his own art gallery which receives an astonishing 12,000 visitors each year. This outstanding venue was recently shortlisted for a rural retailer award.#


a hidden gem on the yorkshire wolds

Follow a single-track road as it drops into a deep fold of the Yorkshire Wolds landscape towards the village of Thixendale and you will reach the artist’s gallery and studio. Dedicated to Robert E Fuller’s artwork, this outstanding venue receives an astonishing 12,000 visitors a year and was recently shortlisted for a rural retailer award.

The gallery is a hive of activity. Open every day throughout the year to visitors it sells original paintings, bronze sculpture, prints, cards, calendars, fine bone china mugs and luxury tableware all by Robert E Fuller. The range of high quality merchandise suits every budget; from a £1.65 greeting card to an £8,000 original oil painting.

And enjoy a complimentary coffee while you browse.


robert e fuller’s paintings are a joy to behold

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