• LITTLE PICTURE SHOW | 2017

    LITTLE PICTURE SHOW | 2017

    small paintings that pack a punch

     

    Private View | Sunday 19th February – 11am – 4pm

    show continues to Saturday 11th March
    Wednesday – Saturday 11am – 4pm

    or by appointment

     

    Daisy Cook : Rosemary Vanns Arthur Neal : Fred Ingrams : Maggi Hambling : Jeremy Annear : Ann Armitage….

     

    Fred Ingrams
    Welney Drain, Harvest Time
    acrylic on board
    31 x 31cm
    £550.00

     

  • LITTLE PICTURE SHOW | 2017

    LITTLE PICTURE SHOW | 2017

    small paintings that pack a punch

     

    Private View | Sunday 19th February – 11am – 4pm

    show continues to Saturday 11th March
    Wednesday – Saturday 11am – 4pm

    or by appointment

    Daisy Cook : Rosemary Vanns : Arthur Neal : Fred Ingrams : Maggi Hambling : Jeremy Annear : Ann Armitage ….

     

    Daisy Cook
    LandlinesII
    oil on board
    18 x 24cm
    £1,100

  • LITTLE PICTURE SHOW : 2017

    LITTLE PICTURE SHOW : 2017

    small paintings that pack a punch

     

    Private View | Sunday 19th February – 11am – 4pm

    show continues to Saturday 11th March
    OPEN : Wednesday – Saturday 11am – 4pm 

    or by appointment


    Daisy Cook : Rosemary Vanns : Arthur Neal : Fred Ingrams : Maggi Hambling : Jeremy Annear : Ann Armitage ….

     

    Rosemary Vanns
    Farm
    acrylic and collage on board
    32 x 31.5cm
    £650

  • LITTLE PICTURE SHOW : 2017

    LITTLE PICTURE SHOW : 2017

    little paintings that pack a punch

    Private View | Sunday 19th February – 11am – 4pm

    show continues to Saturday 11th March
    OPEN :  Wednesday – Saturday 11am – 4pm

    or by appointment

     

    Daisy Cook : Rosemary Vanns : Arthur Neal : Fred Ingrams : Maggi Hambling : Jeremy Annear : Ann Armitage ….

     

    Jeremy Annear
    Echo Moon
    oil on canvas
    30 x 24cm
    £2200

Blog | Why Maggi Hambling loves Andy Murray

Interviews with Maggi Hambling are always guaranteed to be eye opening and entertaining and the recent one that appeared in the Daily Telegraph is no exception. Talking with Jessamy Calkin Maggi talks about her childhood, her love for Andy Murray and painting her dead parents. ‘I don’t know why everyone finds it odd that I would want to draw the people I love in their coffins,’ she muses. ‘It’s obvious to me: they’re going underground and it’s the last time you’ll see them.’

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