Paul Bosman

1929 -
Origin: South Africa
Born: 1929

Moving to Botswana as a young boy, Paul Bosman quickly became familiar with big game animals. He attended St. Andrew College in Grahamstown and the Johannesburg School of Art in South Africa. He was also a post-graduate at the Central School of Art in London, England. Bosman abandoned a successful career in advertising in order to run a luxury safari lodge in Zimbabwe where he had ample time to paint wildlife. In 1987, he immigrated to the United States and settled in the Sonoran desert in Arizona, which happens to be similar to the Great Karoo desert in South Africa where Bosman spent his childhood. He continues to paint both African and North American wildlife.

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High Noon
c. 1987, Pastel on Paper
Paul Bosman
South Africa, 1929 -