Australian artist Rolf Harris – Can you tell that im turning 80 years old yet?

January 15, 2010 on 6:58 pm | In Animals, Celebrities, Famous Artists, Landscape Art, New Releases, Rolf Harris | 2 Comments

Just released are these 2 new limited editions by Rolf Harris for Spring 2009 & with just over 2 months until Rolf Harris’s 80th birthday on March 30th 2010, these are sure to be very special pieces.

‘Into The Sun’ by Rolf Harris

‘Into The sun,’ is a stunning lioness face study & Rolf captures beautifully the features of this most majestic of animals; stalking her prey or about to start a chase? the viewer is left to decide!

‘Uluru Sunset’ By Rolf Harris

‘Uluru Sunset’ is the second piece. Uluru, also known worldwide as ‘Ayers Rock,’ is the world famous landmark in Uluru – Kata Tjuta National Park. To view the sunset there is one of the most popular excursions in the whole of Australia. With the rich warm colours, Rolf captures perfectly the scene in his trademark style.

As is usual now they are released as (1) an on paper version, which comes mounted/matted (with its borders) and will need to be glassed and framed or (2) an on canvas board edition: these are of a higher print quality & are as near a match to his original painting as possible, these are designed to not be framed but not glassed.

Rolf with his wobble board

Demand for these is huge, own a part of art history and be a part of Rolf Harris’ s 80th birthday year by owning these stunning pieces

Thanks you


Everchanging colours of Ayers Rock on video
Living With Lions, lion conservation group
Rolf Harris to do a song with Dizzee Rascal & the Chemical Brothers for his 80th Birthday!


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  1. Rolf Harris truely is a fantastic artist. The fact that he got chosen to paint a picture of the queen proves this.

    Comment by Dan Blinman — January 29, 2010 #

  2. What incredible pieces! Rolf is a national treasure (to Australians)! Clearly, age is no barrier when you’re as talented as he is.

    Comment by Johanna F — February 7, 2010 #

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