Silent Gaze by Robbie Graham
26 comments
Gorgeous,,,gaze,,,,,Beautiful,, Robbie,,5***** Sincerely, doris
over 4 years ago
Woah!
over 4 years
Knockout as usual Robbie. Detail is incredible. 5***** Smiles M:) what size brush do you use? 2 hairs?
over 4 years
Oooo yeah...this is really good!!!!!
over 4 years
Beautiful, fabulous detail!
over 4 years
Stunning
over 4 years
Wow! this is so precise I thought it was a photo, you have even captured his fur spiraling in different directions between his eye's, it's simply amazing.
over 4 years
Robbie this is so intense awesome work, Regards Terrel
over 4 years
Wow! Another great painting Robbie. Fantastic detail - he/she's magnificent.
over 4 years
awesome!!!!!!
over 4 years
Excellent.5*****
over 4 years
five star seem so few for this majestic royal Bengal tiger..!such intense eyes.. have that magnetic quality..! 5*
over 4 years
robbie..i can't tell you how much i love this one.. you really know your stuff. kep them coming..
over 4 years
Excellent, my first painting was a tiger 40 years ago.
over 4 years
so real....well done!!
over 4 years
Beautifully worked. I love the way you haven't felt the need to make him orange or show the whole face. Congratulations on a stunning piece. 5*
over 4 years
fantastic detail
over 4 years
I love your work, Robbie! It must take you forever to put in every stroke of fur!
over 2 years
Stunning fur textures, this must have taken forever wow
over 2 years
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Artist Statement
for Robbie Graham
Robbie GrahamRobbie Graham is a self taught artist who works in a realistic style, paying meticulous attention to the smallest of details. Through his paintings, Robbie reminds the viewer of the beauty and spirit of wildlife and also the fragile nature we live in. Robbie works with a number of conservation projects. They include, Wild Cats World, based in South Africa and alos The Wildlife Heritage Foundation, based in Kent.



Robbie is a signature member for Artists For Conservation, having been selected by a jury to join this prestigious group of international artists from twenty seven countries. His role as a painter is best summed up in his own words when he says, "My art is not about the skill and application of paint, but my ability to...
I give away so many of my creations. I also sell a good amount. I just can't stop creating. I create 60 to 80 painting a year on canvas or wood. Is there...
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