Society of Wildlife Artists

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The Society of Wildlife Artists is a British organisation for artists who paint or draw wildlife, founded in 1964. Its founder President was Sir Peter Scott, the current President of the society is British artist Harriet Mead.

The objects of the Society are "to advance public appreciation and taste of works of art depicting wildlife, and to nurture public interest in natural history".

The society was founded by Eric Ennion and Robert Gillmor. Other founder members were Donald Watson, a former President of the Scottish Ornithologists' Club and artist Eileen Soper.

The Society holds an annual exhibition at the Federation of British Artists in the Mall Galleries, every September/ October.

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