Robert Bateman - Corner of the Cabin
Robert Bateman - Corner of the Cabin
Robert Bateman - Gudgeon's Barn
Robert Bateman - Cheetah on the Mara (Detail)
Robert Bateman - Cheetah on the Mara
 
Robert Bateman - Red Tailed Hawk
Robert Bateman - Anhinga Study
Robert Bateman - Chinstrap Penguin Study
Robert Bateman - Robert Bateman and Thomas Beckett  with Along Appleby Line - Early Spring Bluebird
Robert Bateman - Robert Bateman and Thomas Beckett with Harmsen's Place
 
Robert Bateman - Stream Bank - June
Robert Bateman - Ruby Throated Hummingbird Pair
Robert Bateman - Arctic Evening - White Wolf
Robert Bateman - Arctic Tern Pair
Robert Bateman - Stream Bank - June
 
Robert Bateman - Ruby-Throated Hummingbird Pair (Right Side of Diptych)
Robert Bateman - Ruby-Throated Hummingbird Pair (Left side of Diptch)
Robert Bateman - Evening Grosbeaks & Horned Larks
Robert Bateman - Elegant Trogon
Robert Bateman - Forest Floor & Chipmunk Study
 
Robert Bateman - Ploughed Field and Horned Larks
Robert Bateman - Arctic Evening - White Wolf - 1978
Robert Bateman - Tiger Cub at Banyan Gate
Robert Bateman - Swallow Bank - Fall
Robert Bateman - Rough Legged Hawk On Fence - Detail
 
Robert Bateman - Rough Legged Hawk On Fence
Robert Bateman - Flying Swallows
Robert Bateman - Smallwood
Robert Bateman - Kori's Bustard Sketch
Robert Bateman - Smallwood - Study
 
Robert Bateman - Canada Geese in Winter, Limited Edition of 400
Robert Bateman - Brown Pelican on Pilings
Robert Bateman - Loon on Lilly Pads - Detail
Robert Bateman - Lion Pride
Robert Bateman - Loon On Lilly Pads
 
Robert Bateman - Winter Wren Near Mt. Nemo
Robert Bateman - Harmsen's Place
Robert Bateman - Woodland Drummer - Ruffed Grouse
Robert Bateman - Lucas Porch
Robert Bateman - Loon Gathering at Big East
 
Robert Bateman - Along Appleby Line-Early Spring-Bluebird
 

Robert Bateman

Robert Bateman was born in Toronto on May 24, 1930. Bateman is an influential pioneer in his field of art, paying homage to the world of nature.His respect for the environment is undeniable and his constant pursuit to help others see the importance of its fragility is extraordinary. Bateman says,“I can’t conceive of anything being more varied and rich and handsome than the planet Earth.And its crowning beauty is the natural world.I like to soak it up, to understand it as well as I can and to absorb it.And then I like to put it together and express it in my paintings.This is the way I want to dedicate my work.”

Since his first one-man show in 1967, Bateman has had numerous sell-out exhibitions in the United States, Canada, Great Britain and South Africa.His paintings are in many prestigious private, public and museum collections.Bateman has had many one-man museum shows throughout North America, including an exhibition at the Smithsonian Institution in Washington D.C.; most of these shows have drawn record-breaking crowds.His honours, awards and honorary doctorates are numerous; he was made officer of the Order of Canada, our country’s highest civilian award.

Bateman and Beckett have a rich history.We have been working together since 1971 and have presented five major solo exhibitions.Bateman explains, “Unquestionably the most important gallery in the development of my career was the Beckett Gallery in Hamilton.I am delighted that Thomas Beckett Jr. has carried on his father’s tradition and I’m really looking forward to showing my work at his gallery in Toronto this October.”



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