Great Bookham : Surrey
 
19th, 20th & 21st Century Artists
 
Ken Moroney
Ken Moroney's paintings are in the impressionist tradition. He is largely self taught and his techniques evolved through close study of the experience and experiments of earlier artists he admires. Exhibited at the Royal Academy in London at the Summer Exhibition in 1977 and 1984. He specialises in small oils studies which are swiftly executed often compared to Sir Alfred Munnings and Edward Seago. He has had many mixed exhibitions in London and the provinces, a series of sales and shows including Duncan Miller Contemporary Arts in 1991. He sometimes uses the pseudonym JJ Bellman

Ken Moroney Stroll by the River Chiswick oil 9.5 x 12 inches
  
James Longueville PS RBSA 1942 -
James Longueville is an artist in oils, pastel and watercolour. He was born at Waverton near Chester on 22nd September 1942 the son of Charles Longueville Wilding-Jones BA. He was educated at Sedbergh School in Cumbria and later took up a career in journalism. He took up painting professionally in 1972 and attributes much of understanding of painting from the fine North Country artist Angus Rand. Longueville was influenced by Boudin, Constable, Wilson, Steer and Seago, was an admirer of the East Anglian School and spent many years painting in Norfolk. He was made a member of the Pastel Society in 1983 and Royal Society of Artists Birmingham in 1989, he also shows work at the Royal Institute of Oil Painters, Royal Institute of Painters in Watercolour and elsewhere. He lives in Cheshire at Malpas.

James Longueville PS RBSA
Le Vigan Languedoc
oil 15 s 12 inches
  
Dame Laura Knight RA (1877 - 1970)
Dame Laura Knight was born at Long Eaton, Nottingham and studied art under Wilson Foster at Nottingham School of Art, where she meet her husband, the painter Harold Knight. They painted in Staithes, near Whitby where there was small colony of artists. Between 1908 and 1918 the lived and worked in Cornwall. She first exhibited at the Royal Academy in 1903 and at the Leicester Gallery, London in 1906. The Tate, Imperial War Museum and British Museum hold her work. She was elected RA in 1936 having been made a Dame in 1929. She was especially fond of drawing scenes from the circus, ballet and music hall, racing and gypsy life. Her autobiography is Oil Paint and Grease Paint, was published in 1936 and a retrospective of her work was held in 1969 at the Upper Grosvenor Galleries


Dame Laura Knight RA (1877 - 1970)
Dancer Resting edition of 55+12
aquatint 7 x 4.94 inches
 
 

 
  

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