Robert Gillmor


Born 1936, Robert has formidable reputation as an artist, illustrator, ornithologist, teacher and author. He is a founder member of the Society of Wildlife Artists (S.W.L.A) and has been over the years the secretary,chairman and president of this society. He has written and illustrated numerous books.

Robert is the grandson of artist Allan Seaby from whom he inherited his love of print making. Robert draws his inspiration from the countryside around him, and the birds and animals that inhabit it.

The Wildlife Art Gallery currently stocks Cutting Away by Robert Gillmor. To purchase any of our publications please visit our books pages.

If you would like to purchase any of the linocuts shown below, please email or telephone 01787 248562

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  • Lapwings
  • Linocut Signed. No 1/10. 1963
  • 28.5cm x 35cm
  • sold
  • Turnstones
  • Linocut. No 51/80
  • 15cm x 20cm
  • sold
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