Great Bookham : Surrey
 
19th, 20th & 21st Century Artists
 
 
   
Richard Bolton
Born in 1950 Richard Bolton studied at Shrewsbury College of Art. On completing his studies, Richard started his professional career as a technical illustrator for the Ministry of Defence, and it is from this period that he owes his attention to detail, his acute observation and his love of machinery. His pictures often include old farm implements, traction engines or abandoned rusting cars. Richard had written many books on the subject of watercolour painting. The first book was "Painting Weathered Textures in Watercolour" which highlights Richard's uncanny skill in capturing rusty metal and weathered wood and was voted "Art Book of the Month" in America in 1983. His success in the USA and Canada has been recognized in more and more of his works being reproduced in print form. In the UK his original work has been seen in galleries in London and Cambridge. His technical ability with the medium of watercolour are truly prodigious. A reflection in water, the shade and light on snow, the warmth of stone, the texture and pattern of trees against the horizon, all are loveing represented in Richard's own distinctive style. In 2003 he moved to Geraldine in New Zealand where he continues to paint and is going from strength to strength.


Richard Bolton Rusty Truck
watercolour 10 x 14 inches
   
PETER NEWCOMBE
Born in 1943, Peter studied at Northampton School of Art and continues to live and work in Northamptonshire. His work has been well documented on the BBC, in Country Life and the Sunday Telegraph Magazine. His many important commissions include work reproduced for Shell, a limited edition print for The National Trust and stamp designs for the British and Guernsey Post Offices. Peter's studies of landscape and still life both in oil and watercolour are meticulously executed and lovingly portrayed. He is quoted as saying his only ambition is to bring the sunlight indoors.

Peter Newcombe Nettles and Bramble Hedgerow
oil 17 x 12 inches
 
Trevor Chamberlain ROI RSMA NS
Trevor was born in 1933 and worked as an architectural assistant until 1964 when he was able to devote all his time to painting professionally. He paints figure, town and landscape in both watercolour and oil. Trevor has won many awards including the Lord Mayor of London's Award, Six different awards at the ROI Exhibitions, The Chris Beetles Award at the RWS and the Laing Painting Competition. He exhibits regularly in London, (including the Royal Academy), the provinces and abroad and has had 20 one-man shows. Trevor has published books on art and featured in British and US television. He is the Vice President of the Royal Institute of Oil Painters, Member of the RSMA, Past President of the Wapping Group of Artists and the Chelsea Art Society. His work is in many public and private collections including Guildhall Art Gallery, London; Hertford Museum; Lord Healy; Lord Hanson; Marks & Spencer; National Westminster Bank, National Maritime Museum Falmouth; Esther Rantzen and many more
 
Trevor Chamberlain Dappled Sunlight, The Temple
oil 10 x 24 inches
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