Jane Booth Pet Paintings Are Next Level

jane booth pet paintings

If photo-realistic art is your thing, you’d be hard-pressed to find more impressively accurate depictions of dogs, cats and horses than the Jane Booth pet paintings. She captures not only the finest details with a paintbrush, but more importantly the soul of the animal.

Jane Booth Pet Paintings

dog paintings
Lola, oil on panel, 12″ x 16″

Talented UK artist Jane Booth works in oils and acrylics to create startlingly life-like photo-realistic portraits of various animals and people. Working from photographs, her paintings manage to be more than just adept reproduction and instead seem imbued with life. You can almost feel those wet noses.

realistic dog paintings
Marlow, oil on panel, 15″ x 12″

Regular readers of this blog may recall some of our past posts on pet portraits and because we are huge dog lovers, we are going to focus on the dogs by Jane Booth. But be sure to check out her impressive paintings and drawings of cats, horse, birds and more on her website.

oil paintings of dogs
Stanley, oil on panel, 12″ x 10″

These are original commissioned paintings – and they are so damn cute, we’d like to meet all these dogs.

realism art
Ted, oil on canvas, 20″ x 17″, (half of a two part commission)
painting of a big white dog
Alice, oil on panel, 20″ x 20″ (half of a two part commission)
commissioned dog portraits
Elph, oil on panel 12″ x 16″

The artist’s ability to render fur and hair in light or dark are unparalleled.

jane booth pet paintings
Hero, acrylic & oil on panel, 16.5″ x 17″
Benson, acrylic and oil on panel
Benson, acrylic and oil on panel, size unknown
jane booth dog painting
Alfie, oil on canvas, 20″×18″
uk dog and horse artist
Neo, oil on canvas, 20″ x 17″

No matter the breed, she does them justice.

Jane Booth's lifelike dog portraits
some of artist Jane Booth’s lifelike dog portraits

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realistic paintings of dogs
At top: Ruby, acrylic on board, 10″ x 17″

Contact her for commission prices. Visit her website below for more.

Jane Booth

all images courtesy of the artist