Edward H Thompson is widely regarded as one of the greatest Lakeland artists of his generation working in watercolour to capture the natural beauty of the ever changing landscapes of his native Cumbria. Today his works are considered highly collectible.
Award-winning wildlife artist Carl Whitfield began his career as an airbrush artist undertaking commissions on motorcycles before combining his eye for detail with his love of nature resulting in finely detailed paintings which have attracted collectors from around the world.
Alfredo Navarro Montllor was born in Alcoy (Alicante) in 1965. His father was also an accomplished artist and was brought up with art from an early age.
His specialist technique of painting the sea in all its different forms is admired by his collectors and artists alike.
Ric Duffield studied art and music at teacher training college, in 1974 he went on to become an illustrator.
In 2001 he became a freelance artist & his skills have brought recognition in both wildlife and landscape painting.
Ruby Keller Design is the pseudonym of Lancashire artist Peter Worswick who now works from his Cumbria studio. His loose style with vibrant colours have made him one of the most collectible award-winning artists in the UK with his work increasingly in demand.
Frederick George Cotman 1850 – 1920. The gallery has just acquired a collection of watercolours & drawings obtained from the artists Grandson.
Roger has been painting to a very high standard for over 30 years. Originally concentrating on birds painted in high detail, he changed to painting still life’s in oil twelve years ago. Attractive compositions coupled with a skilful painting technique make his paintings very eye catching. He has won numerous awards & his paintings are highly collectable by discerning clients throughout the UK, Europe & USA.
We are delighted to offer original examples of work from some of the nation’s finest artists which would grace any collection. Renowned Lake District painter Alfred Heaton Cooper and authenticated signed prints by Sir William Russell Flint often feature in our selection.
The Gallery is delighted to have just acquired a collection of Andrew Grant Kurtis paintings.
Now in his eighties, this collection is between 30 and 40 years old when Kurtis was painting at his finest quality.
Carl has decided to introduce a new phase of still life paintings in his usual award winning detail.
Attracted to Paris and Venice, Paya’s boulevard and canal scenes are signature pieces. Payes work is now known world wide and is displayed in many Art Galleries and homes of many Aristocrats including Fahd Bin Salman Bi in Saudi Arabia.
Born in 1952, Allan Morgan is a full time artist living in the beautiful border country of Herefordshire and Powys.
He studied for 5 years at Swansea and Coventry art colleges and graduated with a BA in Fine art painting and embarked on a career as an illustrator. Since then, his professional career has focused on realist landscape painting.
Recently he decided to extend his style and take a more colourist approach. The reason for his inspiration is largely due to his love of colour, light, and atmosphere in landscape. Allan regularly returns to the subject due to many years spent living near the coast.
Yorkshire born Clare Walker studied Art & Design at York College of Art and quickly began to develop a strong interest in illustrating the natural world seeking out wildlife in their natural environments capturing the spirit and atmosphere of a scene and bringing them to life.
David Lord is a self taught local artist living in Threlkeld, Cumbria. His studies are mainly in oil pastel, pencil and even biro ink.
David has a unique gift and this talent can be clearly seen in his exquisite paintings.
Javier Mulio as born in Alcoy (Alicante). At the age of 16, he was enrolled in the noted academy of Mila Gomez where he studied and perfected his technique. Mulio has graced exhibitions around the world and his art has been acquired by major collectors including princes.