In 1899, Alfred Munnings has his first pictures accepted at the Royal Academy (summer exhibition)...
“NOW, it happened that this Wernham was to share the greatest day of my life. On that stupendous day, just before eight o'clock, as I was …
Farewells can often be very bittersweet and such was the case at our end of season party this week.
After a stunning seven month season, centred on the once in a lifetime opportunity to host the 41 First World War paintings …
Cotswolds based artist Melanie Wright is known for her
portrayal of equine and landscape subjects and her talent
for capturing atmosphere, action, speed and quality of light.
Along with a keen eye for true representation, she brings a
highly individual vision to her paintings …
Tom was born in 1941 and studied at Bournville and
Birmingham College of Art and the Royal Academy School.
He is the President of the New English Art Club and past
President of the Royal Society of British Artists, and a member
of the …
The Real War Horse
They were the backbone to keeping supplies moving to the army
as well as being used on the gun carriages behind and on the
Frontline. They worked all through the war and many were lost but
their work was tireless.
A former keen sportsman, Dennis Syrett was elected
President of the Royal Institute of Oil Painters in 2004. He is
also a full member of the Royal Society of British Artists, the
Royal Society of Marine Artists, the London Sketch Club, and
Buckinghamshire Art …
Malcolm is working figurative artist based on the Suffolk/
Norfolk border in the unique and meandering Waveney Valley.
He is based in his studio on the outskirts of Bungay - drawing,
painting and teaching “classical” observational art skills. He
works with traditional drawing media, …
Wil Harvey, trained in printmaking at Bradford and Craven
Colleges. He has always been fascinated by ink in paintings
and, after many years of painting for pleasure, turned
professional in 2000, specialising in ink and watercolour
‘house-portraits’ and landscapes and has extended his
painting techniques …
John is now established as one of Ireland’s leading equine,
sporting and portrait artist. Born in Co. Meath in 1976, John
still lives and works from his studio in the heart of Meath’s
He has carried out commissions for many leading horse
owners and …
Barry was born in the New Forest, where he still lives and
works. He is a member of the Royal Institute of Oil Painters,
the Society of Equestrian Artists and a member of the Royal
Society of Marine Artists.
Barry’s favoured subjects include landscape, …