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Discover Your Next Work of Art

15 Aug 2018 14:27:00

This week at Sulis Fine Art we are pleased to introduce a new collection of landscapes in oils and watercolours by the Croydon Art Society painter William Eyre (1891-1979), many of which were exhibited in November 2008 by James Harvey British Art at Malletts in Chelsea.
We also bring you a collection of North American desert landscapes by Gordon Howes, and a pair of very fine character studies by the great 19th century watercolourist John Massey Wright RWS.
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This week we have added just under 150 new artworks, including a collection of mid 20th century watercolours by Herbert Goodliffe (1900-1958), a group of topographical views by Herbert C. Ahier and the above nude by acclaimed British artist Rowland Suddaby.
We also have fine examples of highly collectable artists' works, including Samuel Gillespie Prout, Richard Pargeter and Robin Mackervoy ROI.
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This week Sulis Fine Art is pleased to bring you a variety of new artworks including a vibrant collection of watercolours by Richard Ian Bentham Walker, a group of pastel studies by A.V. Bramble and the above 19th Century study of a naval ship.
We have also added a number of interesting coastal and garden studies in watercolour to our Ernest Fedarb NS collection. 
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This week at Sulis Fine Art we are pleased to introduce a new collection of Early 20th Century watercolours by Charles T Miles, a number of fine hand-coloured etchings by William Tatton Winter and additions to our popular Ernest Fedarb collection.
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This week at Sulis Fine Art we are pleased to introduce a new collection of Early 20th Century watercolours by Charles T Miles, a number of fine hand-coloured etchings by William Tatton Winter and additions to our popular Ernest Fedarb collection.
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Posted in Latest Additions By Sulis Fine Art

This week we have added just under 150 new artworks, including a collection of mid 20th century watercolours by Herbert Goodliffe (1900-1958), a group of topographical views by Herbert C. Ahier and the above nude by acclaimed British artist Rowland Suddaby.
We also have fine examples of highly collectable artists' works, including Samuel Gillespie Prout, Richard Pargeter and Robin Mackervoy ROI.
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New to Sulis Fine Art is a very fine collection of Victorian watercolour and graphite studies by various members of the Buckley family of Ireland, taken from an album. We are also pleased to present further additions to our 19th century collection of pen and ink drawings by Charles William Cole, including interior, military and society scenes.  We have a new collection of military aviation paintings by Pat Owen GAVA
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This week we are pleased to introduce this vibrant panoramic landscape with cowboys by British artist Michael Grimsdale (pictured above). We also bring you a charming collection of Victorian graphic sketches by Charles William Cole, modern oils of musicians by Joyce Roybal and 19th Century watercolour coastal scenes by Eliza Westlake.
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This week we are pleased to introduce a collection of still lifes by modern British artist Constance Nash (pictured above), 19th century grand tour watercolours by Margaret (Daisy) George and 20th century abstract oils by Sylvia Harris.
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This week we bring you further contemporary paintings by our Sulis represented artist Richard J.S Young (above).
 
We have also added new works by Frances Watt, Ben Carrivick and Peter Collins ARCA to our existing collections.

 
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