British Wildlife Artist Carl Whitfield
British Wildlife Artist Carl Whitfield was born in 1958 in Leeds. He started painting at the age of 4 and to this day is totally self-taught. After 25 years of selling original paintings of traditional British wildlife scenes, Carl’s work has now become very exclusive and collectible. Carl first made a living painting motorcycles and cars, having received various awards. But his real passion was nature and Victorian/Edwardian artistry and their attention to detail and quality. Over the years, Carl has painted all manner of British Wildlife including farmyard scenes inspired by Edgar Hunt.
Carl Whitfield still lives in a quiet village on the outskirts of Leeds finding inspiration amidst the farms and fields, woods and wildlife. All of his work is painted in oils and he is considered a leading artist in the subject of which is eagerly collected throughout the world.