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BAS

AFC Conservation Artist of the Month for March, 2005

BAS is one of the worlds most highly acclaimed wildlife and nature artists, receiving worldwide recognition from museums, galleries, art critics and collectors and conservation organizations alike.  BAS has contributed much to benefit charitable foundations and his artwork is used extensively to further promote environmental concerns. One of his favoured conservation causes is aimed at ensuring the future of the tiger.
 
The Art of BAS Tiger Project is raising much needed funds for tiger conservation through the sales of the Two Brothers - Ancient Rites Original Oil Painting, Limited Edition Giclee Canvas Reproductions and Lithograph Prints. Funds go to help us act to guarantee the survival of this magnificent animal. The majority of the Tiger Project revenue will support the vital work of world-renowned tiger researcher Dr. Raghu Chundawat, in India."My research on tiger is part of a collective international effort to save wild tigers in their natural habitats. The Art of BAS Tiger Project will greatly help our efforts to save this endangered beauty of nature, the tiger, and its home in the Tropical Dry Forest of India. We work in these forests where the tiger is most vulnerable and which deserve the primary attention of the conservation community." (Dr. Raghunandan Singh Chundawat)BAS was honoured to be associated with the Pathe

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