wildlife artist David Shepherd has spent over 50 years
painting African animals, historic trains, British warships,
fighter plains, Middle Eastern desert scenes, and human
Shepherd paints only for commissions and the waiting list
for collectors is years long.
David Shepherd is also a conservationist working to protect
large animals all around the world. He began his mission
after seeing a large group of zebras slaughtered by poachers
in Tanzania in the 1960s. The David Shepherd Wildlife
Foundation has given over four million dollars to projects
in Africa and Asia for endangered mammals.