David Shepherd was a celebrated artist with a keen eye for detail and a passion for capturing the natural world in all its glory. His original artwork is characterised by its stunning realism, exquisite attention to detail, and heartfelt depictions of wildlife and nature. From majestic elephants roaming the African savannah to an inquisitive tiger cub laying in India’s grassland, each of David Shepherd’s paintings tells a story, evokes emotion, and transports you to a world of natural wonder.
His mastery of various mediums, including oil, watercolour, and acrylic, is evident in every stroke of the brush. Each painting is a masterpiece, meticulously created with skill, passion, and love for the subject matter.
Owning an original David Shepherd artwork is a unique and valuable investment. Not only do you acquire a beautiful piece of art that will enhance the aesthetic appeal of any room, but you also become custodian of a piece of art history. David Shepherd’s artwork has been exhibited in prestigious galleries and museums worldwide and is sought after by collectors and art connoisseurs alike. And all the while, you’ll know the proceeds of the piece go directly to help win the fight against extinction.
When you purchase an original artwork from David Shepherd’s Collection, you not only bring beauty into your life but also directly contribute to conservation efforts protecting our planet’s natural treasures.
As you browse through our website, you will find a wide range of David Shepherd’s original artwork, including breath-taking renditions of steam trains, captivating wildlife portraits, and powerful seascapes. Each painting is accompanied by a detailed description, providing insights into the inspiration and creative process behind each piece.
Please contact us if you would like to learn more about David art or to enquire about of these rare masterpieces.
It is not known how many paintings David actually painted. At DSWF we have been trying to complete the picture and have created a David Shepherd Originals Circle for those who are custodians of these historic artworks. Find our more about the Originals Circle here.