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19th, 20th & 21st Century Artists

John Lines was born in 1938 in Rugby Warwickshire where he now has a studio. He studied at Rugby Polytechnic from 1957 to 1959 and then at York School of Art from 1962. He started to exhibit his work that year. He has pictures in private and public collections throughout the world and has held workshops and lectures in Sydney, Australia and North Carolina in the US. He is a member of the Royal Birmingham Society of Artists (1996), Royal Society of Marine Artists (2002), Vice President of Rugby Art Society and President of the Kineton Art Society. He has won many prizes and awards at the Mall Galleries and many other exhibitions and festivals.

John Lines Fish and Chips oil 12 x 12 inches
Born in 1946 Gordon studied at Farnham School of Art. Having spent a number of very successful years as a graphic designer working for such clients as ICI, Glaxo and the Hunting Group, he turned with equal success to painting. His watercolours are subtle statements of light and shade that are highly emotive. He searches for the loneliness of nature in all its moods. He has had many important commissions: The Royal Marines, the Royal Netherlands Marine Corps, the National Library, the British Embassy Warsaw, and the private collection of Nelson Mandela. His work is becoming highly collected both here and abroad.

Gordon Rushmer Ides Barn Singleton watercolour 16 x 12 inches

Born in 1951 Neil lives and works in Yorkshire. His highly detailed paintings in oil cover both landscape and wildlife. Indeed his wildlife paintings have been commissioned by the WWF no less than 10 times in the past. But it is his landscape studies that have brought him fame. Having been featured on TV in 1982 his work is much sought after both here and abroad. He combines a sure skill of composition and fine detail to draw the viewer in; but you are then able to step back again to amire the whole. His work has been widely published.

Neil Spilman Box Hill Surrey
oil 7.5 x 9 inches
David Jan Gardiner Curtis ROI RSMA
David Curtis was born on 15th June 1948 and educated at Doncaster Grammar School and is a self taught artist, designer and teacher, he paints in watercolour and oil. He served an apprenticeship and later became the head of an engineering design team for Hawker Siddeley. He commenced to paint full-time in 1988. His work is in many collections worldwide including Doncaster Museum; Sultanate of Oman; Rockefeller Institute, New York and he has completed many commissions including HM Crown Commissioners and Cavalry & Guards Club. David has taught many art clubs and produced instructional videos and books, he taught part time at Doncaster Faculty of Art and Design. His exhibitions include many one man shows as well as the Royal Academy, Royal Society of Painters in Watercolour, Royal Society of Marine Artists, New English Art Club, Royal Society of Oil Painters and the Royal Watercolour Society; he won the Singer Friedlander/Sunday Times watercolour competition, 1st prizewinner in 1992, 2nd prizewinner in 1997.

David Jan Gardiner Curtis ROI RSMA
Welcome Shade at Art in Action 2005

oil 12 x 10 ins

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