Ian Cryer PPROI (b.1959) - Signed & Framed 2000 Pastel, The Rural Summer Walk
An impressive pastel study by contemporary British impressionist Ian Cryer, depicting a rural and verdant footpath. Based in the West Country, Cryer is best known for his landscapes, interiors and representations of British rural life.Cryer's expert use of the pastel medium gives the viewer a rich yet dynamic vision of rural Britain.
Well presented in a card mount and simple gilt frame.Signed and dated. On wove.
In fine condition.
27.2 x 21.9cm (10.7" x 8.6")Framed Size: 45.8 x 40.3cm (18" x 15.9")
Ian Cryer PPROI (b.1959) is a painter, born at Filton, Bristol. He studied at Bristol Polytechnic and in London under Leonard Boden at the Mary Ward Centre, and also at Bastad, South Sweden. He has held several one-person shows coupled with showing work at the Royal Academy, Royal Society of British Artists, New English Art Club, Royal West of England Academy, Royal Institute of Oil Painters, the Pastel Society and the National Railway Museum, York. Cryer is founder member of the Guild of Railway Artists and has work in many collections including Price Waterhouse, Wadworth Brewery, Bass Breweries, Longleat House, Royal Mail and the House of Lords. He is a Past President of the Royal Institute of Oil Painters.
|Artist||Ian Cryer PPROI (b.1959)|
|Dimensions||27.2 x 21.9cm|
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