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Peter Dalla Costa was born 1948, Pointe-a-Pierre, Trinidad, West Indies
Golnaz studied Fine Arts at Parsons School of Design in Paris (2001-2004). She participated in a Charity Design Sale for Burns Violence Victims in Nepal (Manchester Square, London, 2013) by contributing fifteen paintings, which were part of the series ‘Portraits of Hyde Park’. Using trees as a source of inspiration for her compositions in colour is an ongoing project. Trees grow into her circular space and branch out in endless directions.
Born at Leicester Royal Infirmary (because he wanted to be near his mum), Geoffrey was often to be found musing amongst the low-lying meadowlands of the River Soar, which runs next to the ruins of Cardinal Wolsey’s Abbey - destroyed by Henry the VIII in 1538.
Shalini Seereeram is an innovative artist who has been creating vibrant, undulating portraits of women and men for the past fifteen years of her career. Her technical style is informed by continuous lines, intricate patterns, swirls and dramatic contrast of colour within the picture plane depicting Indo-Caribbean culture.
Beauty of the Beasts is an amazing collection of on the scene photography in the wilderness of Africa. The collection mainly features the works of French Photographer Franck Lavis. It also includes a few guest pieces by the acclaimed photographer Christian Ghammachi. All of the works were shot in Sub-Saharan Africa.
Franck Lavis "Through my works, I wish to share with you the emotion I felt during my shots : 'When you meet the look of a big cat looking at you, you will never forget it' !" The great news of the release of Nelson Mandela and the re-establishment of flights between Paris- Cape Town in 1993 motivated Franck as an airline flight attendant -his former profession- to discover a country that he has always dreamed of visiting: South Africa.
Forsaken Africa is a collection of stunning images capturing the wildlife and life in the African wilderness.
Hidden Treasures is a collection of hand picked great oils and watercolours completed by Christian Furr over the past few years. The collection shows the versatility of this amazing painter and contains landscapes, nude studies and other eclectic pieces.
Christian Furr won recognition of his enormous talent early in his career. At just 28 he was the youngest artist commissioned to paint an official portrait of Queen Elizabeth II, personally selected from among dozens of other painters. As is typical of Christian, he approached the project with a unique point of view, showing both the regal and human qualities of Her Majesty.
This epic collection captures the golden age of motor racing, between the 1920’s and 1960’s.
We are delighted to bring you rare vintage photography by the legendry photographer Terry O’Neill. Exclusive, vintage photos (rare movie stills or press photos) of iconic figures from the 20th Century.
Terry O’Neill very quickly became a world-renowned photographer capturing the fashions, style and feel of the 1960's and 70’s. O'Neill's photography focused on the candid and unconventional and with Terry's access to the stars of this vibrant era it led to an eclectic and unique volume of work. His vintage photos and limited edition prints have been the star of many an exhibition and have become highly desirable to many serious collectors of fine art photography. He has works hanging in the permanent collection of the National Portrait Gallery in London.
Billy Baffoe Bonnie is the first Ghanaian painter to win the prestigious GOLDEN EUROPEA awarded by the European Union of Arts in November 2011.
The works of artist Ainsley Yearwood adorns private homes as well as financial and other institutions in Trinidad, Europe and America having had numerous solo and group exhibitions. Ainsley ‘s work has been featured in publications such as the Artrage magazine London, The Courier magazine Brussels, The Dallas Morning News USA, Metroplex Monthly Men’s Calender USA, The National Collection of the BBC your paintings UK