Artwork for Sale

Artwork for Sale

Montgomery Heights ZCF is delighted to offer for sale a selection of fine works of art depicting African animals in their natural habitat. The artist, George Yiend, lived for almost 40 years in Zambia and Zimbabwe, and his work is testament to his deep and abiding love for southern Africa, its people, flora and fauna.

George is a supporter of Montgomery Heights, and has agreed to donate a proportion of the proceeds from these pictures to Montgomery Heights Zimbabwe Children’s Foundation cio

His work is in many private collections worldwide – England and the United States, Canada, Australia and New Zealand, and all the countries of southern Africa. Since returning to England in 2005, George has become a member of The Wildlife Artists Association International (TWASI), and has exhibited with considerable success in that association’s annual exhibitions at Nature In Art, near Gloucester, twice winning the prestigious Simon Combes Award for best work depicting an African animal in its natural habitat.

The fine quality limited edition prints are copyright reproductions of George’s original paintings, and are hand-signed and numbered by the artist. They are printed with light-fast inks on 300gsm Fine Art Paper and limited to 10 or 25 copies. Five of the artworks below are originals, created by George in acrylics on canvas. (Top row L-R: 1, 2 and 4, Second row L-R: 1 and 2.)

The artwork is on display until Christmas at TazZa Coffee, 188 High Street, Sutton. Do visit and view, and enjoy the best coffee, local food and service for miles around while you ponder your purchase. An ideal Christmas present, methinks!


If you have any queries concerning this artwork, please email montgomeryheightszcf@gmail.com or phone 020 8401 0883. Many thanks.

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