Welcome to the website of award winning wildlife artist

Jeremy Paul


BBC Wildlife Artist of the Year – 3 times category winner
Original wildlife paintings, limited edition prints, postage ‘stamp prints’, greeting cards



Get a FREE copy ‘Winter Robin’ with any limited edition print purchase




1342 Cold afternoon

“Winter Afternoon”

coastal bird stamps 2


New ‘Stamp prints’ now available 


‘New Website’ – Wren 14×9″

New Painting – Limited Edition available.

Limited Edition Prints


Two Gentlemen – Botswana

30×20″ sold

SALE: I still have some prints remaining from the ‘pre-digital’ age when the whole edition was printed on off-set litho presses.

I have decided to offer these at the trade price (50%) of normal retail. Including postage – Go to print pages.

Winter Sun – Barn Owl


Recent Images

Below are some of my Limited Edition Prints available to buy through my ‘wildlife art prints’ pages.
Gift Vouchers available (any value) – please contact me for details

Latest News

Birds in Art

Thrilled to learn that my painting in 'Birds in Art' is being purchased for the permanent collection at the Leigh Yawkey Woodson Art Museum of Wausau, Wisconsin USA The painting is also included in the 'touring exhibition' visiting S.Carolina, Texas and New York...

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Marks and Spencer plc

Late last year I was commissioned by Marks and Spencer plc to produce a panorama painting of a woodland with British Wildlife. This was to go round a biscuit tin. Now available in M&S Food stores!

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Nature in Art

Will be 'artist in residence' at Nature in Art near Gloucester June 21-26th. Will be painting in the studio and will have originals and prints on display. http://natureinart.org.uk/

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About the Artist

Born in Accrington, Lancashire, UK in 1954, Jeremy Paul had a successful career in marine biology before becoming a professional Wildlife Artist. After receiving a Doctorate for research, his work took him to live in Spain and some of the most beautiful and remote areas of the British Isles, particularly the west coast of Scotland including a period on a small island with a total population of 6.

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