Josephine Anne Smith is a highly accomplished wildlife artist with an enviable record and an international reputation for outstanding paintings. A direct descendant of Holman Hunt, the founder of the Pre-Raphaelite Brotherhood of Artists, her works have received international acclaim for their accuracy, attention to fine detail and sympathetic interpretation.

With her studio located in five acres of steep and rocky bushland near the Hawkesbury river to the north of Sydney, Josephine has been able to capture the personality and real life colouring of more than 70 species of native birds in their natural habitat.

Paintings by Josephine Anne Smith have been sold throughout Australia and to collectors from all over the world. She is a member of many art societies in Canada, the USA and Australia where she exhibits and has received numerous awards.

It is no wonder that Josephine is one of Australia's best known and best selling wildlife artists.