The Field is a monthly glossy dedicated to those brave souls who shoot, fish and hunt way beyond the call of duty. Since 1853, its staff has selflessly brought its readers the cream of rural life, be it pheasant shooting, dry-fly fishing or the distinct merits of Cheval Blanc. If you love fieldsports, errant terriers and very foxy friends at hunt balls, The Field is for you.

Dee Taylor

Having discovered racing as an ideal subject for pop art, Dee Taylor tells Janet Menzies how Roy Lichtenstein and comic books have inspired him. For more sporting artists, Oliver Akers…

Side-by-side shotgun

The side-by-side shotgun should not be consigned to the history books, argues Michael Yardley. Though the ‘traditional’ sporting weapon, it has much to offer the modern gun. The question of…

Cabbage carbonara gratin

Though considered a luxury by the ancient Egyptians, Greeks and Romans, today cabbage has a far humbler reputation. Philippa Davis is on a mission to reinstate it to its former…

Callie Coles

Though hunting skipped a generation, Callie Coles is now delighting in passing her love for hunting to the next generation, as well as following them over hedges. For more sporting…

Butter pheasant and cabbage

Warming game suppers are exactly what is needed for these dark, January nights. Philippa Davis’ butter pheasant and cabbage makes an excellent supper for two. Cabbage was considered a luxury…

The Field

Who’s the Boss? – true innovation from the historic London gunmaker; Game, not just in Spain – where to shoot in Europe to extend your season; Sporting adventures – deer…

Huntsman's diaries

Adrian Dangar’s new book is a limited edition of his comprehensive, pre-ban hunting diaries. Through these huntsman’s diaries, here he relives thrilling runs and his most treasured hunting memories. For…

Old gundogs

Gundog breeds are long-lived statistically speaking, but our time with them is still far too short, says David Tomlinson, as he considers the challenges and rewards of old gundogs. For…