Painted by Sir Peter Scott who established the Wildfowl & Wetlands Trust in Slimbridge in 1946 and helped found the World Wide Fund for Nature. He was knighted in 1973 for his work in conservation of wild animals and was also a recipient of the WWF Gold Medal and the J. Paul Getty Prize.
The barn elms is believed to be the last picture that Peter Scott produced, unfinished, with finishing touches then by Keith Shackleton.
The original barn elms painting can be seen at our Scott House Museum which is bursting at the seams with his personal belongings. To see all of this and experience the spectacular views over his beloved lake – the Rushy Pen, book a tour at our Slimbridge wetland site.
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This is a limited edition of just 350 prints.
Size 22.75" X 28", including white border. Unframed.
Please note all prints are rolled in cardboard tubes, dispatched using Royal Mail.
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