We are delighted to be able to offer works by Michael Rothenstein and Edward Bawden, both eminent British artists from the middle of the 20th Century. They are justly recognised for the groundbreaking work they produced, before, during and in the aftermath of the 2nd World War, in the world of print-making and for the huge contribution they both made to the changing face of British art.
Jill Barthorpe visited us at the gallery recently to deliver her new selection of exciting new paintings. We were particularly wowed by her new painting of wild lilac.
We recently headed north up the M6 for 31 junctions and arrived in the most charming little village of Whalley near Preston. Jo Taylor’s studio is tucked away in the garden of her parent’s house and we found her and Bubble (her retired greyhound and subject of a number of her drawings) waiting to greet […]
We are proud to be able to show some of the work of venerable Royal Academician William Bowyer a Modern British Artist, who lived until the grand old age of 88 years and who was able to keep on painting almost to the end of his life, spending most days in his studio in Chiswick. […]