Tony Forrest Wildlife Art

This website is a showcase for my work.  If you are interested in viewing my originals or require any further information please contact my agents, DeMontfort Fine Art.  The wildlife gallery on this site shows a selection of my favourite paintings inspired by Africa and India. You can also click on the more art index page to explore some of my other art activities.  Prices and availability are not shown on this site as all sales are dealt with by my agents.  We are a team!  You can also contact me direct if you require further information.  Thank you.

My main speciality is producing oil paintings of the natural world. The world's wildlife serve as a true reminder of how wonderful but also how fragile our planet is.  We owe it to our children to look after it.  We do not own it, but are custodians for future generations.  I hope that my paintings serve as a reminder that the wildlife with which we share this planet is in danger of being lost for ever unless we all appreciate it take positive steps to conserve it.


Living in Cornwall has inspired my new marine art - paintings of the Cornish landscape and harbours.   This marine website is entirely separate from my wildlife art which is managed by DeMontfort Fine Art.   
You can see my marine art website by clicking this link:



Me with David Shepherd at Wildlife Expo in London

Me with David Shepherd at Wildlife Expo in London

I have just heard the sad news that we have lost a shining light in the wildlife art and conservation world.  My hero and life-time inspiration died today from Parkinson's Disease.   David Shepherd is the only reason I have painted wildlife for the past 30 years.  I discovered his work whilst at college when I was about 18 years old and he has been a massive inspiration to me ever since.   David was a true conservationist who really cared about wildlife and especially his beloved "Jumbos".   I am very saddened by his passing and my heart goes out to his family.  A real hero who did so much for our precious natural world.  David will live on in my memories and I thank him for doing everything he did for wildlife.

TONY FORREST 20/09/2017