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The Buckley Collection
From a 19th century album of very fine Victorian watercolours and graphite drawings by members of the Buckley family. Featuring works by Charles Frederick Buckley (1812-1869), John Edmund Buckley (1820-1884), W. R Buckley
His landscapes are highly collectable. Brown’s work can be found in Dorset County Museum in Dorchester. The collection encapsulates Brown’s varied and progressive style
Margaret (Daisy) George
There are works depicting locations in Westmorland including Crosby Ravensworth, Eden Grove in Bolton and Rowan Park near Haweswater. They are in pristine condition - almost appearing to be new.
Frances Fry was a leading wildlife artist and illustrator, known for her detailed renditions of British wildlife and animals. Many of her illustrations are recognisable from greetings cards, calendars and a number of reference books
Ernest Fedarb NS
In 1985 he was made president of the National Society of Painters, Sculptors and Printmakers. Joint exhibitions of his and Daphne's work were held at the Fine Art Society in 1932 and the Sally Hunter gallery in 1986.