The arrival of February has bought another momentum of art for sale in the Cotswolds. We have new works arriving into the gallery which always brings much interest and excitement. The finishing touches are being added to our new gallery viewing rooms at No.35 and dates are being pencilled in the diary for fairs in the summer and autumn which we will, of course, let you know about nearer the time.
Our new gallery is home to an array of viewing rooms for you to explore. We cannot wait until we can welcome you all back to our lovely new space to showcase the works we currently have to offer as art for sale in the Cotswolds.
Let’s take a closer look . . . click on the painting below to view this extraordinary oil on board by Jacques Martin-Ferrières.
2021 started well with “Passé, Présent, Futur” (recently sold by Trinity House Modern) on the first page of the Chelsea Arts Club Yearbook and the cover of another Oxford University Press book, ‘Conversational Pressure’ used “Big City” also sold by Trinity House Modern. Both paintings had originally been exhibited and sold in The Royal Academy, London Summer Exhibitions.
PJ Crook is a featured contemporary artist with Trinity House Paintings. She is local to our Broadway gallery, residing and working in Gloucestershire. PJ’s art is however internationally renowned with a high repertoire of global exhibitions since the 1970s.
Mark has over twenty years’ experience in the Fine Art World specialising in the 19th and 20th Century markets. Mark truly believes that the main aim is to provide the best advice and to help clients build the best collections possible.
We are lucky to have built up over the years a really comprehensive library of books. I wanted to recommend to you one which we refer to often, a really beautifully written and presented book on one of England’s greatest traditional landscape painters and a pioneer of British Impressionism, Edward Seago, written by James Russell.
EDWARD SEAGO BY JAMES RUSSELL
This is the definitive account of the life and works of Edward Seago; a popular, versatile and talented British painter, inspired by John Sell Cotman, John Constable and Alfred Munnings. Over 200 colour reproductions are complemented by an engaging text which highlights important periods, episodes and acquaintances from Seago’s life and career.
Full of anecdotes, sketches and quotations from the artist’s books and correspondence, the author provides a vivid impression of Seago’s character.
This book reproduces beautiful landscapes, vibrant circus images, dramatic seascapes and paintings inspired by the artist’s travels aboard.
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