Bold and beautiful British wildlife paintings by Sarah Taylor
Cyril the Squirrel Canvas
Robbie Dazzler Canvas
Beatrix Otter Canvas
The Dove from Above Framed Print
Basil the Blue Tit Framed Print
Great Aunt Barbara Framed Print
The Monarch Framed Print
Seal of Approval Framed Print
Sandy Framed Print
Queen Bee Framed Print
Peter Puffin Framed Print
Percy The Squirrel Framed Print
Percival Peacock Framed Print
Hoot-a-nanny Framed Print
Invincible Framed Print
Here Hare here Framed Print
Hector Framed Print
British Wildlife has been a constant source of inspiration for Sarah who is one of the UK’s top contemporary wildlife artists. Surrounded by the curious native creatures of Cumbria, Sarah has long had a passion for bringing British Wildlife to the colourful fore in her ambitious artwork, allowing our best-loved British countryside dwellers to become extraordinarily colourful, modern, graphic additions to your homes in a uniquely contemporary way.
Bring the outside inside with one of Sarah's British wildlife canvas prints, fine art prints, homeware, and giftware. Whether you know that Barnaby the handsome hare would be perfect in your hallway, Cyril the Squirrel would make that corner of your lounge come alive or our finest English gentleman Burberry the pheasant is exactly what your study needs, there are foxes, squirrels, badgers and more to choose from to brighten your walls and your hearts.
Meet one of the most popular British wildlife characters on the collection, Gregory. Gregory is often found tinkling the ivories in our local jazz club. He loves the dark and slightly claustrophobic atmosphere here; there is something earthy and comforting about it. You can guarantee that, on a Saturday night, he is always the last to leave. He’d keep playing all night if he was allowed, but the club has to shut so Gregory reluctantly closes the piano and finishes his glass of port. He’ll be back next month.
Each of Sarah's stunning animal paintings has a back story or characterful tale - meet all of her painterly portraits 'in person' here.
If you're looking for more worldly creatures to adorn your home, then please take a look at our World Wildlife page. For updates on our Garden birds or other British wildlife ongoing projects, please follow Sarah on social media.