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Alien Revenge
£ 910
Art can soothe and harmonise or it can attack the viewer and take them to a new place. The art of David Abse is highly contrasting, with a variety of colours placed onto the canvass with an energetic, street-wise hand.


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Artist Walking (D)
£ 450
Painting was not an easy choice for Alexander Adams. "It was a tough vocation to be a painter at Goldsmiths College (crucible of installation and conceptual art) in the early 1990s, when I studied there," he says.


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Shatter
£ 570
A member of the Contemporary Art Society and always a big seller on LondonArt, Abi Adeyemi is an artist whose work is as varied as painting could be by one single artist, yet somehow she still manages to imprint her own approach and themes upon the work.


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Fusion. Mannequins
£ 5220
Armenian-born artist Karen Aghamyan has achieved success that many artists only dream of. In 1983 he was awarded the diploma of the USSR Union of Artists for the best art work of the year, and since beginning his art career in 1970, has participated in more than 70 group exhibitions in Armenia and other countries.


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Sahara Lights
£ 960
There are many forms of artistic discipline, yet sculpture, abstract, figurative and portrait paintings are just different ways of expressing the same artistic impulse. Occasionally we have the pleasure of exhibiting an artist who has successfully mastered many different artistic mediums and uses them all to create meaningful work.


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Ellen
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Claire Alexander is a London-based portrait artist and illustrator who has many years experience working in the design industry. In 2003, eight years after obtaining her Fine Art honours degree from the Kent Institute of Art and Design, she started exhibiting her portraits successfully.


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Tutti Frutti
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A passionately driven individual Rachel Alleyne is always striving to produce one better. The desire to visually reproduce a reflection of her own emotional response to a landscape or object drives her to seek the ultimate response from herself and the viewer.


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Pip
£ 310
For many years now, Carolina Alotus has been painting close-up pictures of flowers. The stamens and pistils in her paintings seem so real you almost believe the pollen will come off if you touch them.

Born in 1970 in Malmö in Sweden, Alotus is mostly known for her flower paintings and not many people know that she also has a passion for painting abstracts.


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Flying over Africa
£ 1430
Altschuler's landscapes and cityscapes are reminiscent of rich oriental, woven fabrics. The overall texture and colour give her abstract paintings a unifying, suburban density.

Sensuously tactile and repetitive to the point of obsession, the gentle, delicate circular scales shimmer on top of the surface, tickling the strength of the underlying woven structure.


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Sidewalks of New York
£ 440
Runner up in the 2007 PX3 Paris Photo Awards and UK winner of the Flash Forward, Emerging Photographers and PDN Photo Annual 2006, Martin Amis was a clear choice for this week's London Art Artist of the Week.


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Secret of the Cosmos - 2
£ 640
Here at LondonArt, we are continually look out for artists who approach their work in a unique or interesting way. When Indian born artist Firooza Aubry began experimenting with painting on silk, she discovered a method for creating utterly beguiling and beautiful works that entrance and excite art lovers around the world.


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Full Tide At Llanding Estuary
£ 430
Bantocks holistic compositions unobtrusively divulge his inner mental process and workings. Allowing the viewer to take pleasure in their visual simplicity while remaining aware of their inward complexity.


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Pools of Light - Earth Works Series
£ 420
"My work is a bit like a diary," Barnard says, "It tells a story of what I see".

With over twenty five years of professional experience Mark Barnard finds his inspiration from the landscape.


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Mushrooms on Striped Cloth
£ 310
It is with great reason that Michele Barnes is one of our best sellers at LondonArt. Just looking through her artwork on the site is enough to make you long for the clear blue skies and stress-free afternoons of summer holidays in the Med.


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Repose
£ 660
Anthony Barrow, a member of NAPA, the National Acrylic Painters Association has been painting for over twenty years.

Anthony is predominantly a figurative artist with a prolific output. This often overflows into the disciplines of landscape, still life and abstract painting.


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Europa2
£ 920
Not fully abstract, yet not completely representational, Terry Bartle's work immerses the viewer in to a world which goes far beyond a mere reflection of reality, but endeavors to create external environments somewhere in the balance.


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blue start
£ 270
London Art officially invites you to smell the clean, fresh air of a country walk as you view the photographic art of John Beck. These wonderful, sensuous pictures really bring the world to life and show the true skill of the photographer.


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arbol 03
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"The development of my artwork is the research, combination and mixture of emotions, colours, numbers and symbols and the possible relations between them." Gabriel Chino Benítez.

Inspired by the intensity of the landscape, Gabriel's paintings draw on the desolate landscape of the Patagonia desert and hope to reflect his experiences and travels around the South of Argentina.


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British Lead
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Amy Bernays, 30, is a prolific painter and documenter of the natural world, from the vast landscapes of California, to a picturesque strip of English coastline, to a seedy /steamy strip joint in east London.


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Four Fish Swimming
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Steven Berry’s ‘water paintings’ induce a state of contemplative reflection. Water can generate a state of mind that echo’s the very properties of the water itself. In the same way gentle ripples can soothe, a tempestuous storm can unsettle.


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Southwold Harbour
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With a deft hand and an appreciation of the language of colour the artist paints scenes of Suffolk life that are equally beautiful and unsettling. Sue Blandford is one of most endearing and popular artist and has found a place in the collections of many patrons through the London Art website.


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Summer Market in Northampton
£ 920
A new member of the Londonart community, Anne has arrived with such flair, becoming our latest artist of the week. Yet she is no stranger to the art world with her multiple exhibitions in the UK, US and Africa, plus works held in a number of collections in those countries.


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Man Looking into the Deep
£ 740
Born in Australia, Blow has been inspired by her many visits to Thailand and the culture's representation of the human face and figure.She has worked on a series of drawings based on masks and Buddhist icons.


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The Fish
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At LondonArt we appreciate artists who can use art to comment on the world in which we live. In times of political upheaval and civil unrest, we often turn to artists to create images that speak of this shared uncertainty.


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Autumn Queens Gate
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Bristol's natural ability to manipulate colour and form combined with her sensitive approach to translating human emotion on to a two-dimensional picture plane, results in some enthralling and optimistic figurative paintings of animated human activity.


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Glimmer 4
£ 2020
Jenny Brookman seeks to produce paintings that allow the viewer a moment of silence.

Although she wants her paintings to be emotive, Jenny's not looking to depict a particular emotion or personal sentiment but to engender a pure abstract response that transcends time, dimension and form.


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natasha
£ 360
Always fancied an original piece of Pop Art but didn’t dare to dream? Look again – Gokhan Burhan’s paintings take inspiration from an art movement fashioned over fifty years ago, but offer us a new and refreshingly contemporary twist.


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Silver Leaf on bespoke panel
£ 4550
The pictures are open windows of our time on to the past of art history, evoking memories of classical English painting, Impressionism and contemporary Minimal art” Peter Schar

There are no correct answers or interpretations when viewing Claire's work.


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1 The yellow fields in England
£ 170
This collection of prints and original graphic works shows the ability of the artist to capture the innate beauty of our dreams and thoughts. This is the art of shadowy corners, half formed lines and figures, dreamy landscapes and all the sketchy details of the world beneath consciousness.


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Teacup and Lemon 2
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Recently selected to appear in our column for "Funds Europe" magazine, living and studying in Cornwall has certainly given Lynne a great talent for capturing the transient effects of light, giving her work an unmistakeably ethereal effect.


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Jedburgh Evening
£ 1610
As one of our newer artists, Jane Cartney joins a fabulous collection of emerging and established painters and sculptors from all over the world. Her art takes its place alongside work that is varied and accomplished, emotional and truthful.


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Blikko Knox
£ 210
Cassius Cassini's abstract, urban art and modern portraits radiate cool! His work is stylish, light and clued in. His 'new mix media' images represent popular culture - trendy reminders of the Pop Art movement - and characterise all that is current in contemporary modern living.


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The hat
£ 3490
Italian painter and portraitist Lorenzo Castello has exhibited in an impressive list of galleries in Europe and London including: The Royal Academy of Art, the National Portrait Gallery and the National Gallery, His charcoal drawings are almost charcoal paintings and he has strong technical ability.


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Barbarella
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Ivan Chapman is a true painter of Pop. Careful to define himself as a Pop Artist, Chapman begins by describing his frustration with the recent influx of generic mass produced prints which he sees as an assault on the true spirit of the pop art movement.


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Miss UK 1979-90
£ 2500
Ed Chapman is one of the UK's leading mosaic artists. His style is instantly recognisable and he has completed mosaics in paper and metal, as well as the more familiar medium of ceramic tile.

Specialising in portraiture, his incredibly accurate work is the result of hours of painstaking effort.


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Noreen 5
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Carl Chapple, a Central Saint Martins' graduate (1988-1992), is one of London Art's finest figurative artists. During his student summers Chapple travelled extensively in Greece and Turkey. In subsequent years he visited Prague and then Florence, making studies of Classical and Renaissance paintings, drawings and sculpture.


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How I Like To Be Kissed
£ 160
Nikki Cheal is a contemporary figurative artist who visually explores the notion of domesticity and relationships of the everyday.

Using digital technology to construct domestic environments and universal narrative, Nikki's work creates a strong sense of everyday life and love.


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Fields At Floirac
£ 250
Tom Clifford’s wonderful paintings record his myriad responses to the world: walking on a beach, watching waves, clouds or people. A collection of random impressions from everyday life which have stayed with the artist, evoking a mood, emotion or insight which is best communicated in most versatile medium of all.


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undulation 2
£ 360
John Clive’s work explores traditional artist's concerns, celebrating the interactions of light, texture, form and colour. However, his methods of portraying these universal concerns are far from traditional.


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Clarity of Dawn
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Toni Cogdell seeks to capture the intangible moment of human reflection.

A figurative painter specialising in oil on canvas and linen, Cogdell's devotion to the human condition provides her with an endless source of inspiration.


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Fashion
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Emma Coleman has been making art for as long as she can remember. A Chelsea Art School graduate Coleman's figurative work aims to create a vision, as apposed to simply a narrative.

Over the years Coleman has developed an intuitive way of working which helps her to translate an idea or image on to the canvas.


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Meath 2
£ 700
Roger Colson has been painting for over twenty years. An accomplished draughtsman, printmaker and painter, his recent series of landscape paintings has helped launched his career on a truly international scale.


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Marshland Cathedral
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The oil paintings of Patricia Colyer mostly feature textual reed-beds and salt-marsh estuaries. In her more abstract pieces she mixes oil paint with bitumen and varnish to make narratives with dark atmospheric skies.


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Portal v2 - Symmetry and Abstraction
£ 400
Paul Cooklin’s abstract and energetic photography has become Londonart's latest choice of candidate for artist of the week. Much of Paul's inspiration is drawn from his travels around Asia, where he lived for 8 years.


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Fishing Boats
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"Recently My work has been about people… People I see fleetingly but know little about… People in the street or on a donkey. I am fascinated by them because I know so little about them." Mary Louise Coulouris.


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Divergent Paths #2
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Christian Culver is a practicing Architect. His passion for architecture and his dedication to creating inspiring architectural environments have fundamentally led him to question the way in which we see, view and process the visual world around us.


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Cornish mine building - infra red
£ 270
Mike Curry has been a professional portrait photographer for over twenty years. His passion for photography began with his first camera an Olympus Trip… "I was out taking photographs of anything and everything.


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Rose Colourburst
£ 480
On a purely visual level, the paintings of Susan Czopor are a magnificent melange of rich jewel-like colours, complex pattern and sometimes intricate interweaving line, creating a shimmering, all-over, animated surface which bristles with life.


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Tribute to Leigh
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Stuart's selection for the artist of the week coincides with his work 'Dancerama' being auctioned at Christie's on March 13th 2006 for Cancer Research UK's Art for Life event.

Stuart Dalzell's clear and honest approach to painting encourages the same if not a similar response from the viewer.


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Green and Pink
£ 1090
Sarah Davidison’s “perspectives', is a series of images that use extreme colour and texture to excite and intrigue the viewer.”

Davidson’s microscopic ‘close- ups’ invite us to see the extraordinarily beautiful and unexpected sights, which are not normally visible to the naked eye.


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Red Dress
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The most exciting aspect of Kelly-Anne Davitt’s work is the potential. She only graduated in 2002 and has already been commended by the National Portrait Gallery for her work of sublime beauty and great talent.


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Fallen Leaves
£ 1600
Here at London Art we think all our customers are, in themselves, a work of art and so are proud to provide a comprehensive portrait commissioning service. One of our most in demand portrait painters is the wonderfully talented, London based artist Maurizio De Angelis.


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the pig
£ 2120
When a viewer stares at a Jo Dennis painting for a few moments and closes their eyes they can often find that the images are etched into their subconscious. Dark? Certainly. Brilliant? If that means approaching the modern condition in a fresh and unique way then, yes, that too.


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Female Harmony
£ 1830
Artist of the Week- Veere Depelchin The subconscious can be seen as the gateway to the soul. When the conscious mind is taken out of the question we are left with a true picture of their heart. Born in Antwerp, the home of Baroque master Paul Peter Rubens, Belgian artist Veere Depelchin paints the world that exists in the back of the mind.


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Landscape
£ 710
In these superb paintings objects are taken as a starting point for creativity, with the artist doing so much more with their forms than purely recreating them in an image. One of our most successful and popular Polish artists, Sabina Deptuch uses deceptively simple symmetries and shapes which make use of her fabulous grasp of pattern and geometry.


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Untitled
£ 1260
There are certain big concepts; ideas that unite us all and show us our universality. Carole Desbois’ conceptually charged artwork addresses these questions in a way that combines intelligent thought with acute aesthetic judgement.


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Scottish Landscape Series No48
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Martin Devine lives and works in Linlithgow , Scotland. Originally working in the field of portraiture and wildlife, he progressed to landscapes developing a characteristic, recognizable style. A self taught artist, specialising in Watercolour and Indian Ink, Devine devoted his career to art making over four years ago.


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Memories
£ 920
These are paintings for people who appreciate an optimistic blast of colour on their walls. Rumen Dragiev says he wants to create artworks to brighten any mood and a cursory look through his portfolio will show the viewer he has done just that.


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Turtles 2
£ 480
As an Indonesian artist now living in the Netherlands, Dita Driessen has experienced the crossing of cultural boundaries. She in turn finds great inspiration in the ancient and contemporary artistic techniques of Australian Aboriginal artists.


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Maria Mirrored
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"...I'm in my eighty-seventh year, getting on for ninety, and I have just gone on drawing and drawing and drawing." Reg Eldridge.

This October Londonart.co.uk and The Sun and Doves present the first survey exhibition of the English artist Reg Eldridge.


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Bullfinch on Branch
£ 400
Adriana Eyzaguirre enjoys working with the subleties of English light. She works quickly from nature in oils, often on a small scale, She enjoys capturing subjects such as birds necessitating a keen eye for observation, a quick hand and a good memory.


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Abstract City No 15
£ 300
Simon Fairless is a new and emerging British artist.

As a self trained artist Simon Fairless' passion for painting is reflected in a wealth of painting styles and methods. His inspiration, although mainly drawn from the natural world, is equally as contrasting.


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Moon over a farm
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At the tentative, impressionable age of 12, an art tutor told Regina Fernandes that she "would never be able to paint a proper watercolour". Fortunately for LondonArt, this formative experience was not enough to thwart Fernandes' enthusiasm for painting.


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Untitled
£ 12050
Stephen Finer is a contemporary portrait painter. He has been painting and exhibiting for over twenty years, receiving phenomenal acclaim both in America and in Britain.

Since the advent of easy and accessible photography a great deal of Portrait Painters now paint directly from photographs.


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Silver birch trees
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Andrew Fitchett's works explore the contemporary reality of our relationships with nature. In particular, he is fascinated by the many ways birds appropriate our human environments. This could involve a telegraph pole serving as the venue for a congregation, a railway signal providing a perch or a quiet roadside acting as a resting place for the dead.


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a cry for
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Born in London, 1966, Richard Folland is the son of the late Ron Folland, one of the UK's most successfully published painters during the late sixties and seventies. Richard Folland studied a Fine Art Degree at Ravensbourne Design College, and after graduating in 2002 set himself up in a design company.


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Act of violence
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‘Michael Forbes is an extremely accomplished painter. So much is clear from even a cursory examination of his work. However its not how well one can paint in the academic sense so much as what one does with this ability.


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N14 6RA
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There is a reason that the earliest artworks were cave paintings. Since the beginning of time man has acknowledged the near spiritual bond he has with the place he calls home. This would come as no surprise to artist of the week Tim Fowler who dedicates his work to representing the buildings around his home, focusing both on literal representation and the desire to capture something deeper.


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Inky Glacier, Magdalena Fijord
£ 500
As a nation we are totally obsessed with the weather. Who could blame us when artists like Vikky Furse demonstrate the wonderful array of emotions and feelings that are created in the changing light of the seasons? She has been an artist in residence in the Antarctic, creating artworks from the sketches she makes on icebreaker ships.


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illegal immigrant
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We are blessed at Londonart with a wide range of artists from a multitude of exciting artistic centres around the world. We are particularly proud of our relationship with artists from Eastern Europe and happily bring the work of Olga Gal to our customers.


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Melancholia of Knowledge (edition of 15)
£ 330
By blending art with science and mathematics, Gall shows the innate beauty of the world around us and revels in the desire for knowledge and understanding. Far from a one trick pony, this artist uses conceptions from different disciplines in order to create work that is meaningful, intelligent and inspirational.


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291 Manchester
£ 730
Adrian Gatie became synonymous with urban, street photography in the early eighties and later on in his career for his portraits of prominent celebrities and personalities. His first book 'In Penumbria' contains a collection of works, which reflect his desire to capture the darker side of life.


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Ledi in garden
£ 1780
There is seemingly no limit to the talent and imagination of Georgian born Irma Gelantia. Having trained formally, she now sets about creating a varied and interesting collection of work that should keep any inquisitive viewer occupied for a long while.


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In Deep Water
£ 480
With seven miles of award-winning beaches, the longest pleasure pier in the world, four museums, three theatres, two art galleries, seven libraries and three casinos, it isn't really that hard to see why an artist such as Stephen Gibb's might find England's Southend-on-Sea, a source of great inspiration.


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'Japanese French Maid'
£ 6930
Between 1999 and 2001 Karl Gietl traveled, worked and exhibited in France, Holland, Germany and Belgium. He returned to South Africa in 2002 where he continued on an extensive travel spree of southern Africa and her neighboring countries.


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Paralle Crossroads
£ 1090
"My work embraces the simulated world, focusing attention on the interchange - ability of real and imaginary, actual and virtual." Lloyd Gill.

Lloyd Gill's paintings aim to explore and question the notion of space and our reality of it.


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Untitled
£ 250
The art of Vincent Titas Gimzunas reflects his personal journey in this world, full of symbolism and dream like details. He paints in a wide range of styles. From naturalistic still life to gestural abstract markmaking; from Surrealist landscape to psychedelic portrait.


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Here We Go!
£ 650
The freshness and childlike naievete of Rachel Glittenberg's work is a joy to behold. Her images of the female form, often surrounded by flowers is reminiscent of the beautiful art of Paula Modersohn Becker.


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Mansworld 1
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Londonart is proud to host the internationally acclaimed work of Helen Gorrill, which is held in private collections worldwide and now included in New York Brooklyn Museum's Elizabeth A Sackler Center artbase, alongside The Guerrilla Girls, Tracey Emin, Annie Sprinkle, Miriam Schapiro, Judy Chicago and Pipilotti Rist.


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Pomegranate
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Often walking hand-in-hand with controversy is the sensual female form, and 31-year-old Russian born, Belgium-based artist Olga Gouskova certainly knows how to capture an audience with her paintings of beautiful and stylish women.


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Costa Smeralda ,evening light
£ 390
Art has been defined by some as ‘the imitation of beautiful nature’ or it has been said that at least many works of art ‘re-represent’ or re-produce’ some aspect of nature or reality. Gradwell’s colourful compositions abstract from the familiar, juxtaposing the ‘real’ with the abstract to produce well-balanced fluid paintings.


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Nude #4
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Dan Green is a figurative artist who describes his style of work as contemporary realism. His art works incorporate portraits, close-up floral paintings and childhood memories, and much of his time is involved with commissioned portraits.


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Fish on a Plate 1
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Fleshy, sun kissed scenes, created by a hand which realises that all emotion is in the details. John Gregson’s still life paintings glow with an inner warmth and plump beauty that sets him apart from so many of his contemporaries.


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Spring Gardening - Original Contemporary Acrylic Landscape Painting on Canvas by Diane Griffiths
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Born in 1981, Diane Griffiths began painting during her early school years. During high-school, Griffiths was awarded the privilege of having one of her paintings put on display in the Head Teacher's office - an honour that the judicious, devoted students among us will appreciate the magnitude of! Griffiths accredits her school tutors as having had an indispensable hand in teaching her the essentials of technique, but it is clear that she has found her voice and established her style since escaping the confines of education.


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Forestlake. Careless summer.
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38-year-old Russian Slava Groshev uses photographs to help create stunningly beautiful paintings of young women. Crisp, vibrant and sharp, Slava's figurative work is so realistic-looking that you could easily be fooled into thinking that she uses digital photography in its creation, but this is not the case.


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People take up definate spaces, even made up ones
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The complex and intense process by which Christian Mann generates his canvases, raises an equally commanding and involving response from the viewer. Describing himself as, "a palimpsest in motion", Christian Mann's multi faceted canvases record events, observation, opinion and emotion, and pack a vivacious beat of figures and their elements in progressive conversation.


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Blue and Orange V
£ 1000
A relative newcomer to the art world, James Hands began painting in 2002. As a self taught artist James began painting as a way of unwinding from the day. For a number of artists the discipline of painting professionally can be arduous, and exhausting on both a physically and physiological level.


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At the Match
£ 740
Throughout the course of history, the human figure has been one of the greatest sources of inspiration for artists. At some point in an artist's career he will have studied the figure, regardless of the style or genre he is currently adopting.


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Berwick Street
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Heard takes her inspiration from the accumulation and hoarding of material possessions.

Working as a ‘psychological’ detective Heard investigates the clothes, objects and interiors of a variety of individuals, allowing her to form a picture of the owners personality and aesthetic.


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Erotic Frangipani / Inner Beauty
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Across this vast and creatively wide collection of paintings, Peter Heuscher demonstrates a skilful artistic hand and broad imagination. By covering a multitude of subject matters and styles, the artist demonstrates his deep talent and shows an ability to work outside of his preferred style.


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Street Scene, Santorini II
£ 170
Born in the UK in 1961 and with work now spanning over twenty years, Shaun Hines has been looking back at his impressive back catalogue of photographs.

Having only recently begun to unravel the potency of over twenty years of photography, Hines has noticed two distinct elements to his work.


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Citylife London 16
£ 3320
"My current series of works are trying to progress into finding the definitive image of London."

Graham Holland is an award winning lens based artist, who specializes in creating evocative images of the urban world.


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Jade
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A woman in a party dress, hair tousled, one strap dangling half-way down her arm, saunters down a Parisien street on a hot June afternoon. Is her strong, sexual presence noticed by the man brooding in a trilby in the shadows? Rebecca Hong is a Chinese figurative painter who, like Jack Vettriano, has the gift of being able to capture the potential for romance and human drama in everyday scenes.


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Peace Prayer
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While we are proud of all the painters and photographers who are part of the LondonArt team, we always have a soft spot for discovering a brilliant new sculptor. There is something so wonderful about standing in front of a three dimensional object and being able to explore and enjoy it from all angles.


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Skeletal Woman I
£ 1320
The fragility and tenderness of Housden’s new work ‘fallen Angel’ demonstrates an acute sensitivity found in the makings of a great artist. Taking direct visual reference from the forms and functions of the human body; order and disorder, shapeliness and un-shapliness, beauty and ugliness, the grotesque and the beautiful, undoubtedly assist her in communicating the unexplained, ‘non matter’, the spirit or emotion.


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Pixelscape 1
£ 660
One of the most intriguing, and on-going, questions facing every artist is how to represent the modern world. Each artistic age has encountered its own idea of modernity and created its own answers to the issue.


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For the Influence of Monet
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Influenced by the greats: de Kooning, Rothko, Rembrandt, Van Gogh & Turner, Wendy Hyde is setting her standards high. It is certainly possible to determine their legacy in her impressive works of art with their large, gestural brushstrokes and spreading vistas of hue.


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Boats on the Thames
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Anna Hymas' work has been featured in The Guardian, The Sunday Times, The Independent, illustrated ceramics for Thomas & Rosenthal and bespoke rugs for Loomah. Anna has been commissioned by numerous high profile companies, including Tesco, Penguin Books, The Art Group and M&S.


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Nerejda
£ 900
A figurative painter specializing in acrylic, Katarzyna Ilyszyn predominantly draws with paint. Entangled in an intricate use of frenetic line and complex colour formations her figures seem to undulate between the background and the foreground, emerging into the composition only to be swallowed again.


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Street scene - Picadilly
£ 940
Attracted to both the beauty and the sadness of an inner city landscape, Andy Insh's paintings present us with an internal view of the city.

Insh was born in 1956 and from 1984 to 1988 studied at the Camberwell College of Art and subsequently Middlesex polytechnic, where he completed his Art Foundation and BA in Visual Arts.


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Elevation
£ 230
Painting, drawing & designing for thirty years, Neil Irani's pared down take on London and architecture are now available in giclees. He has exhibited around the world, beginning by exhibiting at the Hague when he lived in Holland in the 80's moving on to exhibiting abstract acrylics in New York in the 90's.


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Small Yellow Stool, Autumn and Fallen Leaf
£ 2550
At the age of forty, Andrew Isaenkov has documented and mapped his visual journey through life, and in turn has created an outstanding back catalogue of paintings. "I find my inspiration for my work in the simple things which surround me every day.


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Seagul as...
£ 3490
"Paying homage to old masters of painting, the works of modern authors are still closer to me. Beginning with Eduard Monet, Vasarelli, Ishtwan Chik, Corneliu Baba and many others. Irrespective of their being very different I find a lot of interesting things for myself in each one’s works.


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Sole Soul
£ 960
In the past, lovers of art would have to take time out of their life to tour the great artistic centres of Europe and the world in order to view stylistic developments and different interpretations of artistic beauty.


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Hard Construct
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If the key to art is to see the beauty that other people miss, then these sculptures work wonders. Having spent many a year in the building trade, Mike Janes is now fulfilling his dream and selling his wonderful artwork to the community at LondonArt.


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Surges of Optimism
£ 650
The mysterious, sparse art of Jo Jenkins suggests a world just beyond our senses. A distant warmth glows through her work which often resembles a once dreamed of horizon or a sunlit mist. The inherent peace in these settings has been captured by the artist and seeps through her work, staying with the viewer.


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Releasing Kites
£ 2120
Comparisons to JWM Turner are generally not to be encouraged but unavoidable here considering the subject matter of Alison Johnson’s fantastic seascapes and her wildly romantic treatment of them. Maelstroms, Force 9 gales and seething, turbulent waters are what she loves to paint and when you consider that she’s self-taught, the results are even more remarkable.


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Parrot Tulips
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Following in the footsteps of some of the great artists of the genre, Annette Johnson eloquently paints flowers.

Throughout the history of art, artists of all backgrounds and cultures have been inspired by the beauty of flowers.


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GOLD OVAL MIRROR
£ 920
I challenge your eye not to get caught by these works. It is rare to find a portfolio that sings with such unabashed joy and energy as demonstrated by these incredible paintings. The collisions of colours and riotous forms cast a spell on the viewer, enticing them in and keeping their attention for a great length of time.


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Imaginary horizons - moonlight and butterflies
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A calm yet distant horizon draws our gaze deeper and deeper in to a field of vibrant, warm colour. Mandy Kay’s beautiful paintings soothe and pacify our senses. Allowing our thoughts to settle by gently submerging us in to a tranquil silence.


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Kite Surfer I
£ 370
Pete Kelly finds his inspiration in nature and the landscape. Specifically focusing on, " the reclamation by nature of urban settings", Kelly finds a particularly strong aesthetic and power in the beauty of the urban landscape.


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still life with lemons
£ 920
Artist of the Week- Rusudan Khizanishvili

If the true skill of an artist lies in their ability to work outside their chosen style, then Rusudan Khizanishvili has proven herself to be extremely competent.



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The Gate - Original
£ 650
Alan King's interest in the artists of the Surrealist movement, and his love of architecture, has led him to combine the qualities of computer software and traditional painting techniques to invent bizarre, uncanny environments.


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stonehenge
£ 140
The beauty of photography lies in the endless interpretations afforded by its form and simplicity. Photography has been called an embryo of an idea, rather than an illustration of it, and in the work of Tilman Kleinhans we see what that means.


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River
£ 1260
Born in Russia, Viktor is Professor of Painting and Drawing at the Art School in Munich. His art work is, as can be imagined, an exercise in technical virtuosity. As a teacher he is well versed in manipulating paint and colour whether with brush or knife, to exemplary effect.


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Still life
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Julia Kolomoytseva's beautifully soft, evocative paintings are built up of impressionistic brushstrokes. She has an amazing ability to capture the personality of her figures and her still lifes and landsapes are perfectly composed in harmonious balance.


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Lena II
£ 5650
What is instantly striking about Rudolf's paintings is the calmness that emanates from them. With closed eyes and a warm complexion, the face that dominates the majority of his canvases is always the same and yet somehow different every time.


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Lena
£ 1000
Katarzyna Kusak was born 1979 in Stalowa Wola, Poland. After successfully completing a scholarship with the Polish Ministry of Art and Culture in 1999, Kusak went on to study for a further four years at the acclaimed Academy of Fine Arts in Warsaw, Poland.


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Autumn
£ 150
Paul Lane has been making digital art since 1996. One of the first artists to take to the medium he has worked with the award winning Animator and Director Corin Hardy who's animations have become synonymous to the band Keane.


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Points and Galaxies
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Mexican painter Carlos Laracilla, focuses on escapist abstract art. He has has a natural ability to embrace colour in such a sensitive way that he exposes the human emotion in a series of figurative images on the edge of chaos and movement.


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Web 294
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Gillian Leigh is a young artist whose work in oils and pastels betrays a fascination with water, light and movement. The highly finished surfaces are the result of a careful process of application in which the artist works by applying the paint in layers, one on top of the other, allowing each to disturb the one below.


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lapping stillness
£ 570
Jo Lewis is a London painter whose direct landscape images explore the physical meeting of water, paint and paper with remarkable sense of space. The majority of her artworks are made outside using a natural source of water.


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Untitled 6, from the series The Cuckoo Trail
£ 920
Lewis's photographs present us with the wasted remnants of 19th century disciplinary institutions. Distressed and abandoned, his work has become a physical reminder of an oppressive and frequently cruel discourse, which still haunts contemporary dealings with the mentally ill.


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Street in Tomar - Portugal
£ 250
“I have enjoyed drawing and painting faces for as long as I can remember.”

Mei Yim Low is a landscape and portrait painter who specialises in watercolour painting. Low studied at Canterbury College of Art, and subsequently Kingston University, London.


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Silent Inhabitants:Kriechstrom
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The desire to visually investigate and examine a concept or subject matter is the driving force behind all of Rachel Lumsden's work. This resolute desire to explore a range of concepts to some extent governs the nature of her work, yet its character and aesthetic is driven by an intrinsic intuition and a dedication and passion for paint - which will always underpin and unite all of Lumsden's work, from one series to the next.


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Abstract 130508
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Steven Lynch is a prolific artist whose work encompasses a wide spectrum of artistic genres, the most challenging of which, he claims, is figurative painting. Although he paints mostly in oil colours he has recently begun to experiment with acrylic on paper.


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DYNAMIC
£ 390
Artist of the Week- Sheila Macauley What is art in the age of the computer? Do the endlessly reproduced images of the internet age kill off artistic endeavour? Or is technology merely a replacement for the traditional paintbrush and pallet? Sheila Macauley creates one-off artworks using digital technology in a unique and striking way.


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Flowers
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It is with boundless pride and joy that we are able to bring you the work of Constantin Majrowski. For sheer variety and artistic prowess, he deserves our artist of the week award. He paints in a number of styles, masterfully adapting his technique to produce work that is simply outstanding.


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Tree
£ 570
Rade Marchovich is a multitalented artist. A Painter, Sculptor and Furniture Maker, Rade was born in Serbia in 1957, and now lives and works in Belgrade where he is the owner and founder of the successful, Art studio RM, a creative organisation for artists working in the capital.


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Without Fear
£ 4410
Although I don’t try to interpret things I see, for a good reason, there is no subject, my painting is not figurative. I only try to reflect on the canvas vibrations, pieces of sombre desire and tortured thoughts, bright flashes of lights, emotions that jumps out at you by-passing any intellectual understanding… non-figurative, but not at all abstract.


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Passion and Desire
£ 400
Tomomi Maruyama Artist of the Week Whether painting the still life of a butcher’s shop, the semi figurative graffiti style work, or flowing free in pure abstraction Tomomi Maruyama creates art that jumps from the canvass.


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Life Everlasting II
£ 1350
Ian McCaughrean's seductive paintings depict a world of abundant colour, consumer goods and social freedom. "Prototypical architectural forms cut through the scene. The project of modernism has been fulfilled and looks dazzling.


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Atomic blue
£ 220
Tracy McGuiness-Kelly is an award winning British born artist whose work has captured the attention of some of the largest, media, entertainment, publishing and charitable organisations in the world.

Best known as the author and illustrator of BAD Cat, a series of beautifully illustrated stories about a naughty black moggy whose quirky looks and madcap antics get him into trouble, Tracy McGuinness-Kelly’s work has captured the heart of America.


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White painting
£ 2250
Rarely does an artist so beautifully capture the rhythms and pulsations of contemporary city life like Rebecca Meanley does in her vivid abstractions. The paint seems to move and dance, to engage the viewer in a duet with its vivid palette and joyous expressions.


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forest
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Kim Mendes was born in the Caribbean on the small island of Trinidad. Throughout her youth she was constantly surrounded with colour and vivacity, often inspiring her to turn to painting as a form of release for her creative side.


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Ludovica e Sofia
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A member of BAMM, The British Association for Modern Mosaics, and AOI, the Association of Illustrators, Claire Milner is one of Londonart.co.uk’s leading mosaic artists.

Claire Milner has created art for celebrity clients including R&B star Rihanna, for large corporations and for private clients around the world.


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Carn Brea Rocks, Redruth
£ 1550
Londonart is proud to feature the hidden gems of the North Cornish coast, keenly sought out and rendered with dynamic energy by talented artist Tony Minnion. Exhibiting widely across Cornwall and the rest of the UK, The landscape holds much fascination for Tony Minnion and he introduces us to little known places seen from unique vantage points.


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Air and Fire
£ 910
At LondonArt we realise how much our customers appreciate the elegant beauty and delicate innovation of impressionistic paintings. Works of this style and quality are always incredibly popular and the art of Stephen Mitchell is a very fine example of it.


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Progidy
£ 5140
Morey de Morand’s strong and proud paintings create a harmonious balance of vivid colour and geometric form. Morand has used horizontal and vertical lines to construct rectangular shapes which contain rich vivid colour and pattern of varying densities and surface texture.


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Compact Swing front view
£ 1070
Susan Mully’s elegant and mysterious ceramic figures with their roughly defined outlines and totemic proportions seek to question our relationship with mortality and our fragile sense of self.

No other earth material has so wide an importance or such extended uses, as do the clays.


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Oxford Evening 3
£ 490
Represented by a collection of works which reflect over thirty years of experience and expertise, Alan Mynall's ability to capture the spirit and personality of the person or environment he depicts, is where his true talent lies.


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Woman
£ 2630
Artist of the Week- David Newman A true artist is someone who sees that anything can be beautiful. Our artist of the week this week is sculptor David Newman who creates works of beauty out of bits of discarded wood or unwanted stone.


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Big Blue
£ 4370
Nick Norris is an artist whose work - although essentially abstract - is rooted in his interest in landscape, particularly his awareness of space, place and experience. His work aims to evoke a response in the viewer; and although he hopes to excite in the viewer what he himself feels, this is not something he is rigid about.


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Map of the mind
£ 770
Having had a turbulent year Jon Norton, Mo Mowlam's husband radically changed his style and view on life. After being made redundant from a 22 year career as a high profile banker in the city of London, Norton opted out of the normal 9-5 life, moving in to the shadowy, somewhat isolated domain of the artist.


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Shop-window mannequins, Oxford Street
£ 270
For over forty years, Terence Nunn has been comprehensively photographing the streets of London.

In the mid 1960’s Terence bought his first camera and has subsequently spent his Sundays habitually roaming the empty streets of London.


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A Family Outing
£ 460
Catherine Ogden is a self taught painter of costal scenes and rolling countryside hills. Whether working in watercolour or acrylic, she manages to capture the essence and beauty of tranquil scenes. Her work resonates with an innate light, created by the rendering of the smallest detail in a skilled and passionate manner.


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Dove
£ 2590
From the free thinking unabashed pouring of paint - to the detailed and conscious act of mark making, Amy Olds has a natural and instinctive ability to paint.

Amy Olds is a process based painter living and working in London, UK.


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Oranges are not the only fruit
£ 560
Born in Casablanca in 1967, educated in London. Michael Onona' s paintings essentially concentrate on the depiction and conveyance of human emotion.

Through his personal and unconventional visions of beauty, Michael Onona’s imagery challenges our perceptions, by encouraging us to look and interpret these immensely bold visual statements.


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white rose
£ 1220
Rachel Pearce's flower paintings are primarily engaged with the juxtaposition of science and art.

Rachel has been painting professionally for over ten years. Her wealth of experience and skills has allowed her to develop a process through which she can explore the boundaries of her chosen discipline and focus on the point at which science and art converge.


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No Face, No Name
£ 5300
"I seek to place myself within the memory or experience… which can make for some interesting days in the studio depending upon the mood of the piece."

Inspired by specific and often very personal moments in time, Mark Paul Perry uses his memories of a particular event to help him create his work.


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Tapestries 3
£ 490
''Nature is the main inspiration for my work, organic forms and compositions are elements in a 'language' through which the subjects are expressed. Organic forms have become elements in a language through which I express the link between the earthly and the spiritual.


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LovePartsI
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People have been arguing about the role and nature of art since the first cavemen painted their woolly mammoths on the walls of their dwellings. Art critics are no closer to agreeing on what makes something artistically valuable, and the world will be a poorer place when they do.


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sweet peas
£ 1000
How does one paint the feeling of silence? How does an artist capture the calm and the peace of a domestic moment. The painter Harriet Porter creates glinting work which display the range of effects of light shimmering on various 3D objects.


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Claire
£ 2360
Recently awarded the honour of becoming one of the elected members of the Society of Women Artists, Kathy Prest's work has won many awards, including the First Prize at The Art of Love annual Art prize, which was held this year at the.


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San Antonio Bay ,Ibiza
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James D Preston lives in Derbyshire one of the most beautiful parts of England. James' oil paintings reflect the beauty and serenity of his surrounding countryside. His talent for capturing a specific atmosphere is partly created by his skilful observation and depiction of light and shadow.


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Cumulus Fractus
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Sleek, shiny and contemporary, Pritchard's glossy abstract paintings bump skin and flesh until they positively blush. Enticing, irresistible pools of wrinkly tactile texture, guide us into smoothly taut, semi-transparent rosy flushes of merging colour and form.


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TROPICAL BEACH
£ 1170
Jiri Ptacek uses sea and sky as a metaphor for man’s metaphysical search for peace despite earthly troubles and darker forces. His paintings at Londonart are divided between crisp, clean edged acrylics and more ethereal mixed media ethereal compositions.


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Wish You Were Lovely
£ 830
Oriental influences gently brush this work as the modern world collides with the ancient, the exotic with the knowingly familiar. At the point of these collision lies the work of Rafferty who sees the tension and potency inherent in the joining of two styles.


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Hot Rod
£ 2130
Artist of the Week- Aimee Reeves When confronted with the doom and gloom of the modern world, it is great to be able to turn to our stable of painters to bring a little light and laughter into our lives.


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Don't Do It!
£ 480
This multi award winning, original, contemporary artist, originally from Perthshire, trained and lives in London. There is a strong global clientele for his photography. He also creates bespoke guitars, being a regular exhibitor of the highly reputable “Montreal Guitar Show”, “The London Acoustic Guitar Show” and the huge, “Healdsburg Guitar Festival” of California.


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Cornfield, Belbroughton,Worcs
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If leafy villages and sun dappled roads give you pleasure, then Michael Richardson is the artist for you. A past master of this genre, Michael delights in portraying the idyllic, rural scenery of Worcestershire and puts his many years of experience to good effect in these engrossing images.


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Framed Up Swivel
£ 1880
Anne Robinson is a senior lecturer in Film Studies at London Metropolitan University. As a visual artist she is primarily interested in digital media, film and video; in her painting this manifests itself in her fascination with the freeze frame.


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Passing By
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Peter Rodulfo was born in 1958 and studied at the Norwich school of Art and Design from 1975 - 1979. The son of, Monty Rodulfo, a British Intelligence Agent, Rudolfo spent much of his childhood traveling across India and Australia, before later settling in Norfolk, UK.


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Tibetian Doctor in the Woods
£ 650
"Creation is mankind's ultimate treasure. In this Crazy region, during this time of bloodshed, when darkness intends to drown us all, Arabs and Jews, I'm trying to emphasize hope; a few rays of light behind the shadows, a blossomed leaf, a flower's teardrop and the smell of mud after rain.


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twins
£ 380
The sun-baked landscape of a Tuscan summer is brought to mind through Ronga's vivid and colour-soaked canvases; the natural influence of an artist based in northern Italy for most of his life. Divided between pure landscapes and painting of figures, his use of colour reflects different aims for each.


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Not-big red figure
£ 1770
This artist paints nudes with a unique, sensitive touch using an array of painterly compositional techniques that evidence his distinction gained as a diploma student. He has since gained his doctorate and exhibited widely across Europe, whilst teaching at the Faculty of Art in Radom.


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Doppelganger
£ 4620
Combining elements appealing to morbid fascination with a hearty appreciation of European artistic tradition, Manuel Sandoval paints a wonderfully diverse and interesting world. All the big emotions are covered here; death, sex and intrigue.


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Severin
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Born in 1954 in the North of England, Ralph Shephard spent the first five years of his life living in the northern city of Leeds, West Yorkshire, England. Having spent much of his childhood travelling around the UK, Ralph completed his Art Foundation course at Norwich school of Art in 1970, returning to West Yorkshire to study A fine Art degree at the then Leeds Polytechnic, now known as the University of Leeds, over 16 years later.


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world inside transparent / Series Gesicht.et
£ 3040
Digital art is an increasingly prevalent and credible medium in the art world. It may seem that art created digitally is a short cut when compared to more traditional painting techniques, yet it demands a certain innovative skill and focus of vision if it is to be effective.


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Berlin tango
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Colour, illusion and complexity are Sarah Simpson's immediate obsessions.

Playing out a battle with paint results in a labyrinth of marks, some ugly; some beautiful, the colour and form working together to form a dialogue.


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Bright Sea,Worthing
£ 690
With miles of dramatic coastline and over half the county as protected countryside, it is no surprise that rural Sussex sparks Susan Jane Skilton’s imagination. Skilton poetically imparts, ‘I have lived in Sussex all my life…Through the exploration of colour and texture, using a wide range of mediums I hope to convey a strong sense of emotion and the ever changing mood and voice of the living landscape I know so well, which constantly surprises and inspires me’.


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Rear View
£ 350
Born 1965, in Salford, Manchester, Darran Slater has his roots in music. In his younger years, Slater’s interest was, for the most part, fixated on playing guitar, and he used music as his major creative channel.


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Star Whores with Title - Street Art in your home for the price of a poster
£ 40
Urban art is a combination of street art and graffiti. Cult Artist Sly is one of Londonart's best sellers. His original artworks have the ballsy, spontaneous attitude of street art and Sly offers a way to transfer this edginess onto your own wall.


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City reflection
£ 480
When I ask an artist of Will Smith's obvious talent and skill, where do you get your inspiration from and what do you want the viewer to get from your work?, I am usually greeted with a moment's silence.


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Mother and Child
£ 2130
Wendy Somerset Jones is originally from Cheshire but has been based in Stirling since 2004. She attended what is now the University of Northumbria and completed a degree in Fine Art. For the past thirteen years now Wendy has been teaching Art as well as practising and has been awarded two National Awards.


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hen's place
£ 350
Born in 1964 in Katowice, Poland, Hanna Stachowiak came to art at an early age. Before she had reached her sixteenth birthday Hanna had already won a host of painting and drawing competitions, including the Shankar International Children’s Competition, New Dheli, India - an event which recognizes exceptional talent on an international scale.


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Mossy Lea Sunshine
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David Stanley's empirical use of colour and form becomes the very substance and structure of his paintings rather than an illustration of it.

Through the layering of fine glazes over expressive painterly mark, each layer defining and shaping the next, David reinforces the structure of the painting itself, revealing the heart and interior of each work.


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Winter Sunrise
£ 1530
Julia Sutton began her professional career in the music industry rather than the art world. After graduating from the Guildhall School of Music and Drama, she travelled throughout Europe working as a harpsichord decorator.


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Blue knees.jpg
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Swarbrick's application of line and form reflect the paintings sense of rhythmic improvisation and unorthodox instrumentation. A sense that most people understand by spending time enveloped in a contemporary jazz sound.


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Winter
£ 400
Arisa Tabaku's says of her work, " I always follow what I deeply feel in myself" With a free and easy style, her enjoyment of painting really comes across. One is reminded of the child-like wonder of artist Paul Klee.


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Blue horizon
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These are paintings which visually demonstrate the comparative nothingness of earth against the unthinkable power of nature. Like Turner before him, Taylor sees the mystic qualities of storm clouds and the spiritual value of the ocean swell.


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The Magician
£ 840
We can all outwardly appreciate Simon Temblett's Art for its apparent beauty and poise, yet if we wish to wholly comprehend his work, we need to think beyond the form, and explore his work in its entirety.


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Madame Butterfly
£ 1360
One of the most difficult questions facing any contemporary artist is how to combine the historical past of art with the desire to capture the modern. How does someone create a work which is timeless and contemporary? Ageless and youthful? Looking through the portfolio of Nicole Teuliere is like looking through the history of art updated for a modern audience.


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The Queen
£ 330
Born in 1959, Martin Thompson studied at Camberwell School of Art and took his MA in photography at the Royal College of Art. Working as as professional photographer he was perfectly placed for the digital photography revolution and, liberated from the darkroom, began to push the boundaries beyond the limits of traditional photography.


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promessa
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For anyone who appreciates the study of the nude figure, Escha's work is a treat. Combining striking compositions against an abstract background in complete harmony, she creates paintings that are strong in their content, yet delivered with underlying femininity and sensitivity.


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Fresh Air
£ 970
Anouk van Tetering is a talented Dutch photographer who lives in London. She has been creating photographic art for the last ten years, and in 2001 graduated form the Rietveld Academy in Amsterdam after completing an exchange year at the Chelsea College of Art and Design.


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Stance
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There is absolutely no doubt that Jamie Vans' rich artistic family background has influenced his artistic development and encouraged and nurtured his creative talents.

Jamie Vans is the nephew of Sir Roger de Grey (1918-1995), a British born landscape and figurative painter, who was the president of the Royal Academy from 1984-1993 and who in 1996 the The Royal Academy held a memorial exhibition of his work.


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Mr Fitness
£ 850
"I try to make sculptures that become an experience for the viewer…For me Sculpture begins, when words run out." Csilla Varga

Csilla Varga's sculptures fundamentally create a timeless sense of elegance and refinement.


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Flasher
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Londonart.co.uk's Managing Director Paul Wynter reviews an artist who has an incredibly diverse and image defining history.

Born in 1969 into a creative household (her brother Leo Verhoeven's paintings are also included on the Londonart.


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Open All Night
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Robert Vincent is an acute observer of life, each black and white image capturing the moment in its entirety.
Robert’s images document and record the world he sees around him. His photographs aren’t staged or pre conceived but are instinctive and of that moment.


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I can't help this
£ 590
Having gained a 1st in her Fine Art degree, Walpole progressed to exhibit widely around the Brighton area, picking up many admirers, including us at LondonArt. Her work has an inherent sensitivity and beautiful balance, lacking in so many lesser abstract artists.


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Cavelleria Rusticana 2013 Opera Holland Park 2013 commssion
£ 6090
What is drawing as opposed to painting?

If we are to presume that drawing is based on describing purely the outlines of shapes and forms with the use of line, usually constructed in black and white, while painting is concerned with planes of shapes and forms and is usually presented in full colour.


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Study for Bronzed nude
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David Watmough was born in Lincolnshire where he spent the early part of his career. In 1972 he moved to London to study at the Slade School of Fine Art, London. This period of study, lasting four years, became the foundations of his work and interest in the Euston Road School, founded in 1937, by William Coldstream.


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The Achievements of Others
£ 100
In an age of, the pop idol, a society that is transfixed by the pursuit of celebrity status and the marketing of high fashions to the high street, the boundaries of high and low culture are willfully merging.


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glorius alliums
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Bromley-based painter and mum of three Suzanne Williams is one of our best selling artists. Despite having no formal art school training (she has a degree in sociology and trained as a careers advisor), Williams has an instinctive feel for colour, design and form.


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Midnight Tango (2)
£ 6930
Charles Willmott is a figurative painter with over forty years of painting experience and a passion for performance and dance.

Before Charles begins a painting, he produces a series of preliminary sketches.


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Innerspace no.2
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Lorna Wilson's expansive paintings submerge you in a world of rich colours. Each painting is created slowly with layer upon layer of translucent washes of colour.

Through this overpainting with thin layers of pigment the paint becomes heavy.


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Trees I
£ 3710
"To the man of imagination, Nature is imagination itself" William Blake

Lucie Winterson is a modern day nature mystic who locates her paintings within a profound tradition which began with cave paintings and primitive land art.



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Envy
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As an independent self-taught artist, Wood happens to be one of Londonart’s best selling artists. Her figurative portraits are much sought-after due to their uncompromising honesty and ability to access deep emotion.


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Hidden Butterfly
£ 740
John Workman is a London-based artist whose work is both conceptually rigorous and visually appealing. LondonArt has a number of his works in the collection, which represent the gradual development of his increasingly sophisticated ideas.


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Sweets I
£ 320
Attracted by the bright colours and reflections of the foil wrappers, Paul Wright’s resplendent paintings are testament to his skill as a photo-realist artist.

The prospect of painting a collection of brightly coloured sweets, would be enough to daunt most artists, but clearly Paul Wright approached the subject as a challenge with the specific aim of improving his already accomplished Airbrush technique.


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Red Dynamic Energy
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Born in the sea side town of Brighton, 1968, Steve Yeates graduated from St Martin's College of Art, London in 2002, having achieved a BA(hons) Fine Art Majoring in Sculpture. Yeates uses a variety of mediums to create his figurative works including, cold casting resin and bronze, casting in lead crystal glass, iron, copper and papier-mâché.


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Tranquil Cellist
£ 3550
Richard Young has been creating beautiful works of art for almost thirty years. His paintings are mainly figurative studies of the female nude, which he describes as 'the ultimate natural subject in purity of form'.


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Dream of Icarus
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I would like my pictures to look as if a human being had passed between them, like a snail, leaving a trail of the human presence and memory trace of past events as the snail leaves it’s slime.


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