Robert Greenhalf

Born 1950. Trained at Eastbourne and Maidstone Colleges of Art. A painter in Watercolours and Oils, and a Printmaker producing limited editions of Woodcuts and Drypoints, mainly Wildlife and Landscape subjects. He has been a Member of the R.B.A. (Royal Society of British Artists) and the S.W.L.A. (Society of Wildlife Artists) since the 1980s.
Robert was involved in Artists for Nature projects in Poland, Extremadura, Wexford, The Fens, and the Netherlands. He participated in the S.W.L.A. New Forest Project, and was Artist in Residence at the Parc des Ecrins in the French Alps for four years. His work is reproduced in the books connected to these projects, as well as in Twentieth Century Wildlife Artists (1986, Croom Helm) and Modern Wildlife Painting (1998, Pica Press), both by Nicholas Hammond. Towards the Sea (1999, Pica Press) is the first book devoted solely to his work.

Romney House
Saltbarn lane
Playden Rye
East Sussex
TN31 7PH