Gordon Beningfield (31 October 1936, London – 4 May 1998) was a wildlife artist and broadcaster. He published many books including Beningfield's Butterflies, in 1978. A film A Brush with Hardy, broadcast in cinemas in 1985, covers the painting for the his book Hardy Country (1983).
He was also a glass engraver who made eight memorial windows for the Guards Chapel. In recognition of his work, in 1995 he was elected a Freeman of the City of London and Liveryman of the Glass Sellers' Company.
He lived in Redbourn, Hertfordshire.
He was a co-founder of the Countryside Restoration Trust, a farming charity which promotes and campaigns for environmentally sustainable methods in agriculture and works to restore wildlife habitats on its farms.
- "Gordon Beningfield". redbourn.org.uk. Archived from the original on 4 August 2011.
- Dennis Furnell (29 May 1998). "Obituary: Gordon Beningfield". The Independent.
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