Tony Karpinski  (British, 1965) 

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Tony Karpinski, Cool Cat

 

Tony Karpinski
Cool Cat
Haynes Fine Art of Broadway
Tony Karpinski, Close to Mum

 

Tony Karpinski
Close to Mum
Haynes Fine Art of Broadway
Tony Karpinski, Regal Cat

 

Tony Karpinski
Regal Cat
Haynes Fine Art of Broadway
Tony Karpinski, Impala

 

Tony Karpinski
Impala
Haynes Fine Art of Broadway
Tony Karpinski, Lion Portrait

 

Tony Karpinski
Lion Portrait
Haynes Fine Art of Broadway
Tony Karpinski, A Rest from Play

 

Tony Karpinski
A Rest from Play
Haynes Fine Art of Broadway
Tony Karpinski, Cheetah Cub in a Tree

 

Tony Karpinski
Cheetah Cub in a Tree
Haynes Fine Art of Broadway
Tony Karpinski, Territorial Patrol

 

Tony Karpinski
Territorial Patrol
Haynes Fine Art of Broadway
Tony Karpinski, The Great Migration

 

Tony Karpinski
The Great Migration
Haynes Fine Art of Broadway
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Tony Karpinski, Bull elephant, Amboseli Game Reserve, Kenya

 

Tony Karpinski
Bull elephant, Amboseli Game Reserve, Kenya
oil on canvas

 

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Tony Karpinski, Elephant - Mother and calf- samburu, Kenya

 

Tony Karpinski
Elephant - Mother and calf- samburu, Kenya
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  From 1985 to 1995, Tony worked in advertising and publishing as a commercial illustrator. Inspired by the African wildlife paintings of Wilhem Kuhnert, Tony took his first trip to Africa in 1995 and his first step towards a career as a wildlife artist
  His two main interests are animals and trains, both of which appear in his paintings. He has set up the David Shepherd Charitable Foundation to assist with Wild Life Conservation and in 1979 was awarded the OBE for his work in this area.
  After many trips to South Africa since 1998 he has become firm friends with Carl Olen the Head Ranger of the Kapama Game Reserve. They have worked closely together where Carl has drawn on his years of knowledge and experience with animals and his tracking skills to help Tony get the references he has been looking for.