WWF Tiger Trail 2022

WWF Tiger Trail 2022

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David Yarrow

David Yarrow 大衛・亞羅 | The Queen of Ranthambore 倫塔波爾之后

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May 5, 03:06 AM GMT


200,000 - 350,000 HKD

Lot Details


David Yarrow

b. 1966

The Queen of Ranthambore

signed, dated and editioned 3/12 (lower right)

archival pigment print

132 by 100 cm




b. 1966



藝術家簽名、紀年並標記版數3/12 (右下)


畫面:132 x 100 公分

連框: 160 x 130 x 5 公分

2018 年作


It is very hot in May and the roads are not made for comfort. The drinking water becomes warm by noon, even in a cooler. However, when encounters with tigers happen, they can be spellbinding. This mother of three is well known to the guides and because tigers feel the heat just as much as we do, watering holes offered the best chance of meeting her in her territory. On this occasion, I was able to get very low and she confronted me head on. The shadowed ripples of water fuse with her stripes in a manner I could never have preconceived. The 98.5% of gruelling torture was made totally worthwhile by this special encounter.


David Yarrow is recognised as one of the world’s best-selling photographers. In recent years, he has found his true comfort zone in capturing the animal and human world in a fresh and creative way, with philanthropy and conservation central to his passion to document. He is now represented by some of the top contemporary galleries around the world. David is also a global ambassador for Berenberg Bank.