Lake Loon and Lily Pads


Lake Loon and Lily Pad by Robert Bateman


Lake Loon and Lily Pads – 16″ x 20″, Giclee Canvas, $595.00 U.S., 180 SN and 40 AP

Lake Loon & Lilypads
“Loons speak to me of the Canadian wilderness. They do this in voice as well as appearance. Their plumage is both dignified and decorative. More than any other water bird they seem to show off their plumage by standing on their tail and flapping their wings showily. This may not be the scientific case. Perhaps it just seems that way because the flapping display is so spectacular. To do this painting I used many different sources and had a number of false starts before I got it right. Long may loons continue to flap.” – Robert Bateman


Robert Bateman has been called the most famous living artist. He continues to paint and tour the world to promote conservation and preservation of nature. We have represented Robert Bateman for decades and are now the sole publisher and distributor of his reproductions. We are so honored to work with him and witness his success. He has made such a massive contribution to the art world and the natural world as an artist and educator of the earth’s most important resources.

Nature as a subject is becoming more and more popular as our environment is in peril. What better subject is there than the beautiful creatures we share this world with? Robert Bateman’s appreciation and understanding of nature are apparent in his paintings. He is able to paint flora and fauna the way your eye would perceive it in real life. It is important that the animal takes full attention. The background becomes muted, and therefore it doesn’t take too much focus away from the subject. His paintings seem effortless and masterful all at once.

Bateman’s eye for composition is unparalleled. Each painting is a composed like a symphony, leading the eye to wander. From the backyards of North America to the sprawling plains of Africa. Robert Bateman captures nature the way it should be enjoyed. Above all he is a champion of wildlife. For this reason he has become a household name for art collectors.