Blog Week 22Last updated on
We have been all over the country in the last week delivering paintings and absolutely loving seeing how they look in their new homes. We even took the opportunity to visit the beautiful village of Burford whose church was immortalised by the one and only L S Lowry in his 1948 oil painting of the same name.
As well delivering on our travels, we have also been sourcing new artworks from artists the length and breadth of the country with a small selection featured here.
One of the most recent arrivals is by local Lancashire artist Anne Blundell. Although featuring her beloved Lake District as is typical of her work, this lovely peaceful composition is smaller than many of her previous works making it easier to hang than some. Available at the time of writing at just £715, full details can be found on the website here.
New paintings have arrived this week from the ever popular cityscape artist Nigel Cooke too.
Well known for his dynamic depictions of the world’s most popular cities such as New York below, Nigel has also completed some special paintings for us this week from a little closer to home. The above representation of Media City in Manchester is one such rare painting and the other available works are also featured in our Nigel Cooke gallery here.
From a little further afield in Cork, Ireland, Philip Gray has also been busy working on new mountainscapes which continue to wow us all.
Again a little smaller and easier to accommodate than his previous paintings, we have both a new oil painting and a small new pastel on show.
Full details of both of the new Philip Gray works along with our existing collection are available here.
On the animal front, two stunning large original oil paintings Ben Jeffery came into the gallery during lockdown and were swiftly snapped up by a lucky collector. Ben has been working hard since to produce some more fantastic paintings and he hasn’t disappointed with the two large pieces that have arrived this week.
With a framed size of 37″ x 37″ each, they are equally striking hung alone or together so we do hope that you get the chance to view them in person before they are gone again. The silver leaf detail and immaculate brushwork really is a sight to behold.
Finally for this week, our run on both original paintings and limited edition prints from Andrei Protsouk continues and we are delighted to have two new small originals available now.
We hope that you like the new collections and get chance to call into the gallery soon and see what is on show.