Featured Artwork


New York

Oil on canvas painting of New York, United States of America, by french artist Celine Lust; painted in vivid colors capturing the atmosphere and vibrancy of the city. The picture is framed; and has an authenticity certificate. Insured delivery to UK is £90. International courier charges negotiable.

Original London scene painting

Very large and framed original Nigel Cooke. Bought in 2014 but due to a house move I e don’t have the space for this piece. It gets a lot of attention from people as it’s such a standout piece. It’s been well looked after and in perfect condition as far as I can tell. Can provide proof or purchase form registered Art Gallery in Tavistock. Measurements below include the double frame. Painting itself is 1m high x 1.2m wide. Can only deliver within England, Scotland and Wales.

The Wild Geese

Sizes: Frame 35.5 x 25.25 inches (900mm x 640mm) Painting 29.5 x 19.5 inches (750mm x 495mm) About the artist Jenny Jones was born in Norfolk in 1954, and brought up in Shropshire. She went to school in Hertfordshire, and after leaving school she went to Florence for five months to study part-time with a painter called Russell Foreman. On her return, she did a foundation course at Shrewsbury Art School, followed by a degree at Farnham. In 1976 she began to exhibit oil paintings while teaching part-time. Jenny was married in 1978 and she stopped painting for a child rearing break – and in 1983 she began to paint again, and she was painting and exhibiting regularly by the time her daughter was born in 1990. In 1998 she was involved in a series of six educational programmes for Channel 4 and the BBC. She was one of six people featured working in the arts, and was chosen to do the programme which concentrated on painting. She started illustrating in 1998, and “Danny and the Great White Bear” written by Anne Cottringer was published by Macmillan in September 1999. “Happy Birthday Amelia” by Nicola Moon, published by Pavilion followed in October 1999. “When I grow up” by Lenny Gooding was published by Macmillan in 2000. “The Sand Bear” by Shen Roddie, was published by Bloomsbury in 2002 and “Harry’s Box” that was published in 2003. Jenny is currently working on a collection of paintings for a series of exhibitions in Wales and the borders.



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As the owner of 2 successful online galleries, Mark writes regularly for the UK’s leading art magazine, The Artist as well as for regional magazine, Cornwall Today.

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