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Anne Farrall Doyle
Contemporary landscape artist, Anne Farrall Doyle travelled extensively before finally putting down her roots in Devon, where she lives and works today. Having accumulate .... more
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Anthony Forster
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Anthony Gibbs
Born in Birmingham in 1951, he attended Bournville School of Art although Anthony is primarily a self-taught artist: “My affinity with painting started early. I remember .... more
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Barry Hilton
There’s not been what you might call a plethora of famous people called Barry over the years once you’ve excluded the likes of Sheen, Chuckle, Manilow and White; but this .... more
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Ben Jeffery
Family trees and finding about your ancestors is interesting at the best of times, as we strive to discover just who we’re all connected to. And not in a social networkin .... more
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Bob Barker
Remember those classic old movies that you can’t recall the names of? Usually filmed in black and white and much loved by your parents or grandparents? And how there’s on .... more
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Bruno Tinucci
The stunning region of Tuscany in central Italy is captured in all of its mesmerising beauty through the passing of the seasons by the cultured brushworks of acclaimed co .... more
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Cecil Rice
Cecil Rice graduated from Brighton Art College in 1983. Cecil is well known for his powerful and vibrant watercolors of seascapes and architecture. Cecil has a passion fo .... more
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Chris Bourne
Berkshire College of Art was the proving ground for contemporary landscape artist, Chris Bourne’s creative education as such, which he attended (and successfully graduate .... more
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Darren Baker
To be perfectly honest there are very few people out there who can say that they’ve painted Teddy Sheringham’s likeness, and if they are one of the select few they’re pro .... more
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David Shepherd
David Shepherd's early career was, to quote his own words, 'a series of disasters.' After failing to be a game warden in Africa, he turned to his second choice, painting .... more
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Debra Stroud
There’s something other worldly and enchanting about Debra Stroud’s hallmark illustrative works, as if she’s visually capturing the moons of Jupiter or another distant pl .... more
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Duncan MacGregor
Born in 1961 in Staffordshire, marine landscape artist Duncan MacGregor still resides in this Midlands county today with his family; although divides his time between the .... more
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Duncan Palmer
Accomplished Surrey-based artist Duncan Palmer was born and bred in Hampshire, and is admired for his trademark use of fine oil and watercolours as an artistic medium. Ov .... more
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Fred Fieber
Inspiring contemporary landscape, riverscape, architectural and railway artist (and native of Salisbury), Fred Fieber can – and has routinely – turned his illustrative ha .... more
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Graham Milton
Skies. And we’re talking about absolutely massive skies. Skies which go on forever. Red skies that shepherds will be delighted with the following morning, orange skies th .... more
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Henderson Cisz
Banking and art wouldn’t make the easiest of bedfellows we should imagine, which probably explains why Henderson Cisz knew one of his passions had to give. So the Brazili .... more
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Inam
There’s no doubting that Karachi-born artist, Inam sees clearly defined parallels between art and nature, and the strength and beauty of both forms prey heavy on his mind .... more
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James Blinkhorn
James Blinkhorn looks more like a rock star than an artist, but then his brand of art is incredibly upbeat and visually edgy, so it kinda makes sense. Plus he may be plan .... more
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Jean Claude Tron
Born in 1943 in Champagne sur Oise, France, Jean Claude Tron began to paint at the age of thirteen. At sixteen he started work, but his desire to paint was so strong that .... more
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John Holt
John was born near Manchester in 1949. After leaving school he attended Stockport College of Art to study advertising and graphic design. Having completed the final year .... more
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John Lowrie Morrison
John Lowrie Morrison was born in Glasgow in 1948, and from an early age he showed a talent for art. After completing a degree in Drawing and Painting at Glasgow School of .... more
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John Myatt
When children display a fledgling talent for art they are often encouraged by both their parents and school teachers to copy the work of famous artists so as to further d .... more
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John Waterhouse
From an early age I had always been interested in art, gaining inspiration and encouragement from my parents, especially my mother, who had drawn and painted a little her .... more
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Jonathan Shaw
Despite sounding like the hyperbolic introduction of an illusionist on stage, you’ll be relieved to learn that ‘the world of Jonathan Shaw’ is all about sweeping skies, v .... more
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Kerry Darlington
Born and bred in Rhyl, North Wales as of 1974, contemporary artist Kerry Darlington might have spent time travelling to exotic locations across the globe, yet has re-sett .... more
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Lawrence Coulson
In spite of always having a pencil in his hand throughout his childhood, celebrated and much-collected contemporary landscape artist, Lawrence Coulson only scraped a Grad .... more
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Mark Spain
Artist Mark Spain doesn’t just focus on the one particular genre of art and instead is well versed in landscapes, abstracts and figurative, despite coming from a more gra .... more
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Michael Bennallack
Carving out his early career as a successful graphic designer responsible for the origination and illustration of movie posters and record sleeves – something he pursued .... more
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Nagib Karsan
Contemporary fine artist, Nagib Karsan enjoyed a childhood divided by two continents, not to mention a couple of time zones as he spent interchangeable periods of his for .... more
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Nel Whatmore
Celebrated contemporary fine artist, Nel Whatmore needs no introduction, given the reputation in creative circles that precedes her, and justifiably so. Painter of flower .... more
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Paul James
Dividing his time between Southern Ireland and his narrow boat back home in the UK, much sought after contemporary animal, wildlife and landscape artist, Paul James is al .... more
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Paul Kenton
Paul Kenton likes to capture the very essence of life, point of contact human emotion and sense of belonging, in relation to a given time or place. Take for example his d .... more
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Paul Powis
Born in 1949, acclaimed contemporary abstract landscape painter, Paul Powis became fascinated with landscapes when he made the move from London to rural Worcestershire in .... more
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Peter Wileman
Celebrated contemporary abstract, still life and figurative artist, Peter Wileman PPROI RSMA EAGMA FRSA has (as you can see) got rather a lot of letters of the alphabet a .... more
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Philip Gray
Artist, tutor, explorer. Philip Gray is a lot of things to a lot of people, and can definitely never be accused of letting the grass grow under his feet as he throws hims .... more
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Phillip Bissell
Predominantly pen and ink-rendered cityscapes illustratively realised in a blaze of frenzied glory are what marks Phillip Bissell’s compositions out from the chasing cont .... more
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Rebecca Lardner
Rebecca Lardner has the people and places instantly identifiable with Dorset flowing through her veins. She must, in order to commit such descriptive, accurate yet touchi .... more
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Reuben Colley
Having removed himself of any commercial shackles – despite having blazed a fantastic and rewarding career chapter with the UK’s leading fine art publishing lights, Washi .... more
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Richard Pargeter
There’s a life-affirming vibrancy and effervescent colouration seldom seen this side of a children’s day nursery wall space or mobile in universally acclaimed contemporar .... more
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Richard Rowan
You’re more than likely to have heard a lot about critically acclaimed contemporary landscape artist, Richard Rowan on account of his somewhat unconventional method of re .... more
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Rob Ford
Robert Ford can’t put his finger on the specific time when he realised that an artist’s life was for him, although his childhood provided many opportunistic pointers as t .... more
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Rob Hefferan
Illustratively manipulating and fettling the living architecture of the human form and function, creating otherwise so often hidden depths of skins tones and structure, R .... more
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Ronald Beaton
A fine artist with a very obvious passion and love for Britain’s diverse rural landscapes, Ronald Beaton is every canvas inch a champion of country panoramic art in a ric .... more
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Russell Flint
Born in Edinburgh in 1880, the son of Francis Wighton Flint, a watercolour artist and designer, Russell Flint certainly had the background for an artistic career. After D .... more
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Sakko
You always know an artist of any description is going to imagine and produce some magical, mysterious and highly original work if they’re referred to by the single name .... more
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Samantha Ellis
Young and brimming with inspiration and energy, Samantha has forged a highly individual approach which has grown and changed into a loose, dynamic and recognisable style. .... more
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Steven Binks
There’s far more to celebrated watercolour artist, Steven Binks than merely paintings of vintage agricultural machinery, although the compositioning of classic tractors d .... more
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Steven Townsend
Steven Townsend is a completely self-taught artist of exceptional talent. Born in 1955 Steven is married with four children and currently resides in Lancashire, England. .... more
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Timmy Mallett
Where do we start with Timmy Mallett? That’s the question. To children of the 1980s and 1990s the permanently cheery one is up there with Chris Tarrant, Keith Chegwin, No .... more
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Wendy Corbett
Annual family holidays to the coast during her childhood ensured that celebrated contemporary landscape, animal and figurative artist, Wendy Corbett would always have an .... more
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Wendy McBride
There’s a searing, narratively unspoken beauty and wealth of evocative posturing to a typical Wendy McBride composition who’s body of illustratively towering work is dire .... more
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William Geldart
From instantly recognisable faces from the pages of both The Wind in the Willows and many a Charles Dickens’ novel of yore, through to more localised illustrative observa .... more
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