Brian Herbert renowned African Wildlife Artist today welcome’s you to his website. He has spent all of his life of over sixty years painting African wildlife fine art masterpieces in oil on canvas, he is a compassionate conservationist and he continues to put his life on the line to Stop Rhino Poaching and Stop Elephant Poaching. Brian learned to speak Kiswahili the local East African language very quickly at a very young age. He has spent half his life in Kenya. When Brian was a toddler he went on Safari’s (go traveling), this was when he first witnessed Kenya’s vast African plains, which were alive with an abundance of wildlife especially the Elephants and Rhino. The Elephants and Rhino have been targeted by poachers with bow and arrow for thousands of years. I’m afraid that is no longer the case, poaching has reached an industrial scale in our 21st Century.
Royal Academy Schools.
Brian Herbert has offered the Royal Academy Schools in Burlington Gardens, Piccadilly, London W1J 0BD a 30% commission (art) donation for eight Abstract Signed Limited Edition Prints which can be purchased in his website SHOP.
Brian Herbert take’s this opportunity to direct you to his SHOP which has his African Wildlife, Bird, Framed and Landscapes Signed Limited Edition Prints. Also available are his Exhibition Posters, Sponsorship Stickers and Logos. Brian Is in the process of creating and painting beautiful fine art masterpieces. As you can appreciate he is a professional African Wildlife artist painting animals who are his subjects.
As a public relations tool in the Website, we are pleased to announce that our EVENTS section of the website is our TOUR OF ART EXHIBITIONS IN EUROPE 2014-2015 of Brian Herbert’ African Wildlife oil paintings in the United Kingdom, Belgium, the Netherlands, Denmark, Norway, Germany, and France and exhibitions in the USA & Canada in 2016.
Brian Herbert has selected one of his paintings the ‘Elephant Sleeping Giant’ to highlight the slaughter and poaching of the African Elephants for their ivory. There are 7 languages in our ‘Elephant Sleeping Giant’ Posters for Exhibitions. Print price’s £30.00 and £35.00 pounds Stirling each in the website shop.
Brian Herbert’s African Wildlife Artist, signed and numbered, Limited Edition Prints are an investment for the future and they can increase their value. Brian Herbert will be Exhibiting his wildlife art in Exhibitions in Europe in 2014-2015 to raise awareness of Africa’s endangered wildlife. Exhibitions in the United States of America and Canada for 2016. In his website shop there are some non wildlife paintings as well. There are printed sponsorship stickers which are printed without the copyright seal when dispatched to our customers. The Website print seal over the printed adverts are there to protect Brian Herbert and his customers.
There are two Certificates of Authenticity. One from Hahnemuhle and the second from Brian Herbert African Wildlife Artist
HAHNEMÜHLE CERTIFICATE OF AUTHENTICITY – Each certificate is made of premium deckle edged mould made paper with a Hahnemühle watermark and fluorescent security fibres. A serialized numbered hologram is added. A second, identically numbered hologram is then applied to the reverse side of the artwork. The combination of certificate and hologram assures that each Certificate of Authenticity relates to one particular piece of art such as your Limited Edition Print signed by the African Wildlife Artist Brian Herbert.
The Hahnemühle Certificate of Authenticity & Hologram System was designed to protect the security and genuineness of your limited edition art works and reproductions on Hahnemühle Monet Canvas and to reduce the risk of forgery.
BRIAN HERBERT’ CERTIFICATE OF AUTHENTICITY – African Wildlife Artist Brian Herbert’s’ unique Certificates of Authenticity will be registered in the customer’s sole name, the print Title, the print number and the number of print Editions, Brian Herbert African Wildlife Artist signs and dates the Certificates of Authenticity.
The International copyright law – The Berne Convention of the Paris Act 1971 Reserved by the International © mark for the copyright owner Brian Herbert for his artistic works, no part of this publication may be reproduced by any process. © Copyright 2013.