Under a Watchful Eye
Title: In Winter White
Medium: Oil on linen
Dimension: 20 x 16
Price: $3,600.00
Title: Under a Watchful Eye
Medium: Oil on linen
Dimension: 18 x 24
Price: $5,000.00

Claudio D'Angelo

In Winter White Under a Watchful Eye



Claudio D'Angelo was born in Montreal in 1956. After studying commercial art, he pursued a successful career as an illustrator before dedicating himself fully to painting. Since early childhood he has nurtured an unwavering love for animals and wild spaces. By using the experience he has acquired in the field observing and painting animals, he focuses on the essential elements that will best convey his vision on canvas. This approach, he believes, will always yield images that are distinct and uniquely the artist's own.

His work is represented in numerous private and corporate collections. His commissioned images have appeared on coins for Royal Canadian Mint as well as conservation stamps for the "Foundation de la Faune du Quebec." His work has been the subject of several magazine articles and has been showcased in books such as "The Best of Wildlife Art" and "From the Wild." He has been a member of the Society of Animal Artists since 1993 and has exhibited extensively throughout Canada and the United States.

Through my work I have strived to interpret the beauty of what I have seen as well as what I have so far come to understand of these animals in their secretive world. I fully appreciate just how wonderful and inexhaustible this mine of inspiration truly is for the aspiring artist."


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