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Al Agnew Art Collections

Shop for artwork from Al Agnew based on themed collections. Each image may be purchased as a canvas print, framed print, metal print, and more! Every purchase comes with a 30-day money-back guarantee.

Artwork by Al Agnew

Each image may be purchased as a canvas print, framed print, metal print, and more! Every purchase comes with a 30-day money-back guarantee.

About Al Agnew

Al Agnew is an American naturalist painter known for his work capturing the wildlife and scenery of the world’s wild places. Whether on safari in Africa, fly fishing in his adopted Montana, or roaming the Ozarks where he grew up, Agnew focuses his attention on his subjects with the intensity of the predators he loves to paint; the sights, sounds, and atmosphere are channeled from his eye and mind to the stroke of his brush in exquisite detail. It is the culmination of his knowledge, love, and respect for the natural world, combined with his extraordinary skill of interpretation, which has made his work so effective in advocating for the conservation of our natural resources, as well as earning him numerous awards and honors throughout his extensive career. An ardent conservationist, Agnew has donated artwork to organizations for fundraising efforts, including the Wolf Education Task Force, the International Grizzly Bear Committee, and overall has raised millions of dollars for to benefit wildlife through work with Ducks Unlimited, the National Wild Turkey Federation, the Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation, the Black Bass Foundation, and the Wolf Recovery Project. An avid bass angler as well as fly fisherman, Al is also known for his fish paintings and fly-fishing scenes. His fish art graced the covers of nearly 200 Bass Pro Shop catalogues, and has appeared on magazine covers including Outdoor Life, Field and Stream, Sporting Classics, In-fisherman, North American Fisherman, and Fur, Fish and Game. But Agnew is also renowned for his portrayals of North American and African animals, especially his paintings of large predators, such as wolves and mountain lions, and big game animals. Over his 40 plus year career, he has shown internationally at venues such as Leigh Yawkey Woodson Art Museum’s “Birds in Art” and “Animals, the Artist’s View”, and the Society of Animal Artists “Art and the Animal” exhibits. He was one of only a handful of American artists chosen by the Malilangwe Artist Trust to spend two weeks painting in the field in Zimbabwe, and was featured artist at several prestigious national art shows and Special Guest Artist for the National Zoo Wildlife Art Show in Washington, D.C. His work hangs in a number of museums, corporate and private collections worldwide.