art of Edward Lupper


Freshness and innocence combined with limitless imagination create a special Utopia in Edward Lupper's enchanting animal painting where all the beasts live side-by-side in joyful harmony. A deep concern for nature and love of animals is the motivating force behind Mr. Lupper's choice of subject matter.

Lupper had his first one-man exhibit in the art colony of New Hope, Pennsylvania (Bucks County) at the age of seventeen. Studies include Parsons School of Design in New York, the Art Institute of San Francisco, College of Arts and Crafts in Oakland, California and San Francisco State College. Never one to be constrained to a formal art education, Edward always broke free from his studies to maintain a studio and follow his passions for painting in an intuitive direction.

victorian animals

Victorian Animals

Paper size: 16 " x 20"