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Terence J Gilbert b.1946

Posted on 20/11/2019 at 6:19 PM by

Terence Gilbert is a chronicler of the contemporary scene. This he achieves with supreme success in his unique style combining realism with impressionism. He is present at events where action at every level of society is taking place: polo at Windsor, racing at Longchamp, rowing at Henley Royal Regatta, or ballet at the Royal Opera… Read More

Michael Lyne 1912-1989

Posted on 20/11/2019 at 5:06 PM by

Charles Edward Michael Lyne, born in 1912, was the youngest son of the Revd. Arundell and Joan Lyne who lived near Ross-on-Wye, Herefordshire. As a boy, Michael quickly became interested in animals, sport and all aspects of rural life. His education at Rossall School was followed by an aborted attempt to become a vet and… Read More

Lucy Kemp-Welch RI. ROI. RBB. RCAMA.

Posted on 11/02/2019 at 1:59 PM by

Lucy Kemp-Welch 1869 – 1958 She was born in Bournemouth. She showed an early excellence in art and exhibited for the first time when she was 14 years old. After attending a local art school, in 1891 she and her younger sister Edith moved toBusheyto study at Hubert von Herkomer’s art school. As one of… Read More

Frederick Haycock

Posted on 11/02/2019 at 1:59 PM by

Frederick J Haycock was born in Warwickshire in 1948, where he still lives with his family. He studied at both the Nuneaton School of Art and Coventry College of Art Design, where he trained as an illustrator. In Art college he was only interested in abstract and modern styles at the time. As such he… Read More

Darren Baker

Posted on 11/02/2019 at 1:59 PM by

Profile Fine Art Trade Guild Award Winner: Best Artist 2010 Official Artist to the 2012 Olympic Games. Darren Baker has become one of the UK’s most collectable artists since his remarkable portrait of the Queen was unveiled by Princess Anne at Westminster Abbey in 2011. Darren has painted Prime Ministers, Royalty and the sporting elite,… Read More

Sir Alfred James Munnings KVCO, PPRA.

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SIR ALFRED JAMES MUNNINGS, KCVO, PRA. 8 October 1878 – 17 July 1959 He was and is today, known as one of England’s finest painters of horses, and as an outspoken enemy of Modernism. Engaged by Lord Beaverbrook’s Canadian War Memorials Fund, he earned several prestigious commissions after World War I that made him wealthy…. Read More

Basil Nightingale

Posted on 11/02/2019 at 1:59 PM by

BASIL NIGHTINGALE 1864-1940 The son of an equestrian and sporting subjects Artist of some note – Robert Nightingale 1815-1895, who exhibited at the RA. Basil Nightingale was a sporting painter in both oil, pastel and watercolour. He worked near Melton Mowbray for some time, where he painted the famous portrait of ‘Tom Firr’ huntsman to… Read More