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Cheviot Shepherd by Michael Kitchen Hurle


Cheviot Shepherd by Michael Kitchen Hurle

Item Code : B0075Cheviot Shepherd by Michael Kitchen Hurle - This Edition
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PRINT Signed Limited Edition of 250 prints. Image size 18 inches x 12 inches (46cm x 31cm)Artist : Michael Kitchen HurleHalf
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Artist Details : Michael Kitchen Hurle
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Michael Kitchen Hurle

Michael Kitchen Hurle was born in London but durign the 1950's Michael moved to rural Somerset. Since then Michael has cultivated a deep appreciation and love of the rural world and has been painting wildlife since the age of ten. He later moved to Warwickshire where he now lives with his wife. Now this accomplished and self-taught artist's work is much sought after by the general public and collectors alike. Michael Kitchen Hurle has exhibited extensively, primarily in the Home Counties, the Cotswolds and in Central London galleries. Paintings have already been sold in Europe, the USA, Canada, New Zealand, Moscow and Japan. Through the prestigious London gallery of H C Dickens more paintings have been sold in the USA. In keeping with the expertise and quality of Michael's work, limited and unlimited editions of prints have been produced by leading companies such as ROSENSTIEL'S, SOLOMON & WHITEHEAD, and DAYFOLD PUBLICATIONS (advertised in the BBC Wildlife Magazine). Others were commissioned by the BORN FREE FOUNDATION (set up to protect and rehabilitate wild animals). These have been countersigned by Virginia McKenna, her late husband Bill Travers, Will Travers and Joanna Lumley. Michael's painting of the two lions Raffi and Anthea, rescued by the Born Free Foundation, was purchased by Anthea Turner. BRADFORD EXCHANGE commissioned Michael to produce plate designs for the series This Land is our Land depicting English Country farming scenes of bygone days. He has also produced a group of paintings for BORDER FINE ARTS for their James Herriot collection. These are used for prints, plates and collector mugs. Michael still finds time to produce designs for cards and calendars for companies such as JARROLDS and the RSPB. NOEL TATT Ltd have in recent years produced a great number of Michaels designs as greeting cards, and some as limited edition prints. These are prints are sought after. and only a few remain available. including Autumn Floods, What was that, Cheviot Shepherd, Pork Loaf, Cry From the Heart and Court of the King.

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