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Over 9,000 Artworks for Sale
Sulis Fine Art has one of the largest selections of original art for sale on the web. The art in our online gallery has been handpicked by our team of highly qualified art historians. We add over 100 paintings every week so sign up to our Newsletter to be informed the moment new pictures go live.Browse Our Art Gallery
We price our art to sell in large volumes and as such you will find our pricing extremely affordable. Over half of our sales go to dealers which means we are able to keep our prices low for everyone.
We specialise in 19th Century British art but have a range of art for sale including oils, drawings, original prints and much more.About Sulis Fine Art
4th February 2016
New this Week: 234 Pictures
This week we are pleased to introduce to you a set of naive paintings by Shakespearian actor turned painter, Bruce Purchase and landscapes in watercolour signed by Francis Taylor. We also bring to you excellent new 18th century copper-plate engravings by Johann George Pintz and new additions to the Robert and Margaret Mackechnie collection. Other highlights include an exceptional early-20th century oil painting entitled 'Ship Silhouette' and an Asian School watercolour, 'Figures in a Palace Chamber'.See All Our New Pictures
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A member of the Royal Society of Portrait Painters since 1986. His work in this field is exceptional and reflected in numerous Royal commissions.
Dated 1844. Executed in a typically Victorian realist style, this artist avidly renders rural scenery from around England and Wales. Most of the locations are around the West Country.
Was an acclaimed British painter and member of the Royal West of England Academy. He typically painted oils in the naive style with an interest in every day scenes and landscapes (particularly those involving trains and railway).
From a large folio of gouache paintings signed by J.A. Bayley, an artist based in Dartmouth, South Devon. Folio inscribed 'Paintings - Naval - Dartmouth, 1987 to 2003'.
An architectural consultant and artist active between 1926 and 1967. His sketchbooks are full of very fine graphite drawings of buildings and constructions that demonstrate a keen eye for architectural detail.
Working in a variety of media, Emanuel favours the figure and the figure embraced by the landscape as his subject. His drawings exhibit a clear, classical form with a simplicity of line inspired by the contours of both body and Cornish landscape.