Eleanor-Rose Stamp

Eleanor’s childhood was spent in the depths of Norfolk, surrounded by horses and dogs and growing up with an enduring love for animals.

Eleanor Rose's lifelong relationship with animals and wildlife inspires her. She aims to capture their reality, character, strength and vulnerability. She reveals the intimate moments in their existence.
She is especially passionate about horses and often quotes the words of Ronald Duncan:
“Where in this wide world can a person find nobility without pride, friendship without envy or beauty without vanity? Here, where grace is laced with muscle and strength by gentleness confined… There is nothing so powerful, nothing less violent, there is nothing so quick, nothing more patient.”
She believes these qualities can be found in her paintings and drawings: Eleanor’s deep understanding and knowledge of the horse as a subject imbues her work with exceptional power.