James Ward

James Ward lead the way for change in his work, says Janet Menzies. While reminiscent of Stubbs, his art went further and considered the animals’ lives and their feelings, as…

Andrew Kay

Andrew Kay uses the scenery that surrounds him as his canvas. His striking steel sculptures act as one work of art, while their relationship to the landscape creates a second,…

Raoul Millais

Four generations of the Millais family captured to spirit of the period on canvas. Raoul Millais may not have been in the mainstream of sporting art but it is time…

Bruce Little

To raise awareness for lions in the wild and conservation, Bruce Little has gone larger than life. Despite a journey as torturous as transporting the living counterpart, his enormous bronze…

Daniel Crane

A passion for hunting infuses the work of sporting artist Daniel Crane. It is an enthusiasm so strong that Janet Menzies finds herself inspired to pull her boots on and…

Luci Maclaren

Luci Maclaren uses a unique, contemporary style to paint traditional sporting scenes. Having impressed her family and gone down a storm in the Shires, she is now the Belvoir Castle…

Charlie Langton

A fascination with horses started at a very young age for Charlie Langton. Now he captures their beauty and power in life-size sculptures, as Janet Menzies discovers. For more sporting…

Simon Ryder

A fascination with chalk and passion for landscape inevitably turned to an interest in chalkstreams for Simon Ryder. Janet Menzies meets the Hampshire artist, who is on a year-long mission…

Female taxidermists

Talented female taxidermists are breathing new life into an art form that is far from dying out, as Ettie Neil-Gallacher discovers. For more on sporting art, Tony Ladd spent his…