We have in stock limited edition prints and originals from a large selection of artists, representing a wide range of styles and with subjects from traditional landscape to contemporary sculpture.
Figurative: for classic styles we stock the leading artists including Christine Comyn, Karen Wallis, Kay Boyce, Fletcher Sibthorpe, Fabien Perez, Karin Volker, Nina Ribeiro, Pino, Rob Hefferan and Sherree Valentines Daines.
For a more light hearted approach to figure studies we have Todd White, Des Brophy, Alexander Millar, Doug Hyde and Tim Bulmer.
Our excellent selection of traditional landscapes includes work by David Dipnall, Rex Preston, Graham Carver and Peter Symonds.
For landscapes in a contemporary style we have Duncan Palmar, Jonathan Shaw, Philip Gray, Robert Cook and Simon Kenevan.
Cats and dogs are ever popular: we have prints by Nigel Hemming, Jonathan Truss and Frederick Haycock.
We are one of the UK’s leading aviation art specialists featuring Robert Taylor, Stephen Brown, Gerald Coulson and many more.
Architecture as interpreted by David Farren, Michael Lawes, Peter Wileman, Sue Howells and Robin Pickering.
Scupltures: with wall space in modern houses being at a premium we are finding that limited edition sculptures are becoming an increasingly popular way of collecting work by favourite artists.
They are mostly made with either the cold cast resin process or in some cases cast bronze. When combined with framed prints by the same artist they can make an impressive display.
Below we have taken a more detailed look at a selection of our top selling artists.
Some of the artists whose work we stock
Adam Barsby Alexander Millar Bill Makinson Bill Tolley Carlos Morango Charlotte Atkinson Christine Comyn Darren Baker David Chapple David Crane David Dipnall David Farrant David Farren David Smith David Shepherd Des Brophy Diane Gainey Doug Hyde Duncan McGregor Duncan Palmar Emilija Pasagic Fabien Perez Fletcher Sibthorpe Frederick Haycock George Ioannou Gerald Coulson Gerry Blood Graham Carver Henderson Cisz John Silver Jonathan Shaw Jonathan Truss Karen Wallis Karin Volker Kay Boyce Keith Fulford Keith Melling Linda Jane Smith Mark Keller Mary Ann Rogers Michael Lawes Michael Rondot Michael Smith Nicky Belton Nicolas Trudgian Nina Ribeiro Pascal Bigot Patricia Forrest Paul Harley Paul Nicholls Peter Adderley Peter Symonds Peter Wileman Philip Gray Philip West Pino Raymond Leech Rebecca Lardner Rex Preston Rob Hefferan Robert Cook Robert King Robert Taylor Robin Pickering Roger Hutchings Simon Bull Simon Kenevan Stella Mays Stephen Brown Stephen Lennon Sue Howells Susan Brown Tim Bulmer Todd White Tony Goffe Victoria Ball Wendy McBride
Early Bird by Sue Howells
One of the UK’s top 10 selling artists, Sue Howells is best known for her fluid and vivid watercolours.
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Dawn’s First Light by Stephen Brown
Aviation paintings by one of the country’s leaders in this field. The careful integration of aircraft into landscape scenes has made his work popular with both male and female collectors. Click here for more examples of Stephen Brown’s artwork
I Love You by Doug Hyde
Scenes from everyday life told through quirky characters, strong colours and powerful compositions have propelled Doug Hyde into the best-sellers league.
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Vestido Blanco con Roja by Fletcher Sibthorpe
Powerful and dynamic figurative studies from an artist with an international reputation and a strong collector following.
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Carter by George Ioannou
Inspired by the legendary artist Andy Warhol, who personified the whole ‘pop-art’ genre of the 1960s; George Ioannou portrays the cult figures of our time on large dramatic box canvases.
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Bluebell Path by David Dipnall
Timeless and beautifully painted traditional landscapes of Britain have become the hallmark of David Dipnall, probably the best known artist working in this field.
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