A rather intriguing painting. Unsigned, by an unknown amateur artist. Oil or acrylic (not sure which) on canvas. 378 x 378mm. The painting within the painting is of a dancing couple who appear to be copied from the most distant dancing couple in Vettriano’s “Dance me to the end of love”. Not currently for sale.
SOLD. Some of the many paintings already sold to customers all over the the UK.
SOLD. Some more paintings, a drawing, and a linocut print, which I have sold to customers who live at or near the place depicted in the artwork.
Isle of Wight
SOLD. Some of the maritime paintings which I have sold to customers who live at or near the place depicted in the painting.
Detail of an oil on board painting in an unusual impasto style. The flowers are possibly a variety of pink poppies. Estimated date circa 1950’s. Awaiting framing.
Beautiful impasto brushwork and colours in this unusual still life by artist Maurice Horder (1903-1958) of Benfleet Essex. Dated 1954. Oil on hardboard 530mm x 347mm. Awaiting framing. If you might be interested when it’s finished, please email me.
Advancing beyond the style of the 1950’s Kitchen Sink painters, this 1979 work by Surrey artist Jo Cotton depicts a kitchen cupboard and its contents. Lovely use of colour, with many hues and textures of blue. Oil on hardboard 455mm x 302mm. Awaiting framing. If you might be interested in buying it when finished, please email me.
By listed artist Arthur Billyeald, who lived in Catford, London. Watercolour on board. 248mm x 170mm. Excellent composition. Signed and dated 1896. In its original thick bevelled mount. Awaiting framing. Enquiries: please email me.
A large watercolour, inscribed lower right “In the Forest of St Germain”. Unsigned. Oval 435mm x 560mm, set in a double mount and a slim ornate glazed frame. Property of a relative. Enquiries: please email me.
Mountains in the english lake district. A beautiful little oil on board, by Norman Epton. This shows that it is possible to find an unusually good painting, by ignoring conventional ideas of which artists are worth money, and simply using one’s eyes. Not for sale.