The Artist

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Born in 1948, Jeremy Boot is regarded as one of Australia’s finest wildlife artists.

First published in 1977, he has completed work for major Australian natural history publishers and his paintings are widely represented in private and corporate collections both in Australia and overseas.

His career and his artistic style are based on a natural talent and a keen understanding of nature. His work is characterised by a highly detailed and ornithologically correct style and a devotion to capturing the spirit of the subject.

Since 1977 Jeremy has had numerous exhibitions of his work.

In 1978 he was approached by one of Australia’s leading natural history publishers, Landsdowne Press, to illustrate a book written by CSIRO ornithologists Richard Schodde and Ian Mason. ‘Nocturnal Birds of Australia’ remains one of the leading publications on this subject.

In 1986, The Hardy Wine Company selected images from another beautifully produced book, ‘Birds of South Australia’, for a series of wine labels. Over one and a half million bottles were produced gaining him recognition for his artwork both nationally and internationally.

Reproductions of Jeremy’s work have won many printing and design awards, and his recently published work includes illustrations for the successful field guide ‘The Birds of Australia’.

Currently he works from his studio in Adelaide, South Australia.

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