Robert Bateman - Red-Tailed Hawk Study
I have been doing sculptures in clay or Plasticine for many years. After I am finished using them for a given painting, the sculptures tend to be neglected and damaged or destroyed. Many people have suggested that I put my sculptures in more permanent form such as bronze so that others could see and enjoy them. The red-tailed hawk portrait shows the qualities of that particular species. He is alert and handsome, but with a certain mildness in his generally fierce bird of prey look. The flat planes and concave and convex surfaces are exaggerated to help me express them more clearly in the painting. - RB 

Canadian Robert Bateman, one of the world's most passionate environmentalists, has remained at the top of the art world for decades.  His endless honors and awards include a Silver Jubilee Award from Queen Elizabeth, Artist of the Year from American Artist Magazine, a commission by Canada to paint the official wedding gift for Charles and Diana, and a Medal of Honor from the World Wildlife Fund. His Smithsonian exhibit set records. Numerous books and films on his art and philosophy are top sellers.   

Robert Bateman - Red-Tailed Hawk Study

Release Year: 1982
Size: 10.5 high
Form: limited edition bronze sculpture
Edition Size: 250 numbered and hand signed by the artist

Product Code: BATREB
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