Dog #3, Robert James Clarke
Clarke has held exhibitions both sides of the Atlantic and has been commissioned for his dog paintings in Los Angeles, Miami, New York and London.
He has painted a number of well known dogs including Kate Moss’s Archie, Alan Carr’s Bev and Joyce, Tim Walker’s Stig, as well as Fergie’s (Black Eyed Peas) and Meatloaf’s canine friends.
A testament to the effectiveness, beauty, and overall appeal of his work.
'I love painting dogs' Clarke says, 'I love their character, their humour, their absolute joy of being loved. I have had many happy clients. I try to capture each dog in his own way… with his own noble sense of humour".
This is a limited edition print of 50. Signed and numbered by the artist.
Digital inkjet Archival Print on Somerset Satin Enhanced 330 gsm paper, cut edge
Size: A3 (42 cms X 29.7 cms)
Art on a Postcard
We are pleased to present the incredible chance to own a new limited edition print by the world renowned artist, Robert James Clarke
This stunning artwork was originally donated by the artist for 'Art On A Postcard 2015' - a campaign to help raise money for The Hepatitis C Trust, the national UK charity for hepatitis C. Founded, led and run by people with personal experience of the effects of hepatitis C, Art on a Postcard's main objective is to eliminate hepatitis C as a major health concern by 2030.
Proceeds from your purchase of this print will go towards helping The Trust in achieving their goal.
The print is currently on display alongside the full Art On A Postcard portfolio at 'The 20 Best of Art On A Postcard 2015', a show curated and hosted by Jealous Gallery alongside the charity, running from 12th – 24th April.
The incredible portfolio features the works of internationally acclaimed artists: Chantal Joffe, David Shrigley, Mick Rooney RA, Carol Robertson, Mark Peppé, John Wragg RA, Vanessa Gardiner, Gavin Turk, Ray Richardson, Carl Moore, Simone Lia, Danny O’Connor, Robert James Clarke, Rachel Howard, Ceal Warnants, The Connor Brothers, Dougie Wallace, Tyler Spangler and Anita Klein.
Framing can take up to 2 weeks to be delivered.