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RARE AND COLLECTABLE ARTWORK

Within the gallery we have a complete section dedicated to artwork, the majority of works are original from both contemporary and earlier artists. We have many Original Paintings and Drawings in stock by Bernard Venables, Chris Turnbull, Paul Cook,, Robin Armstrong, David Miller, Ted Andrews, Richard Smith, Gaz Farnham and earlier artists which are listed below.


Below is listed a brief introduction to some of the artists whose work we show, if you require more information please do not hesitate to ask.


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Walter Dendy-Sadler 1854 - 1923

Walter Dendy-Sadler was a painter of anecdotal genre and costume pictures. Born 12th May 1854 in Dorking, he studied at Heatheriey’s Art School 1870-71 and in Dusseldorf.  He lived in London until 1887 then moved to Hemingford Grey, St Ives until he died on 13th November 1923.

Henry Leonidas-Rolfe 1823 - 1881

A painter of fishing subjects, exhibited at the Royal Academy from 1847 to 1874, his pictures are mostly of still life fish and fishing tackle.  Mainly set in landscapes or by rivers.

Artist -  Henry Jervis Alfred

A London painter of freshwater fish who also wrote under the pseudonym of Otter.  Some of his written works included  the The Modern Angler  and he also wrote for the fishing tackle market.  He exhibited at the Great Fishermans Exhibition in 1883 and also at Suffolk Street in 1855.

Artist - A Roland Knight

Knight was a prolific painter of fish, generally painting them in pairs.

The late Mr A. Rowland Knight, piscatorial artist, of Walthamstow was born in 1846, he was educated at Birmingham and took up pharmacy, in which he was successful. He became an actor of some note, and also went in for painting. Older residents of Birmingham will remember him best for being the manager of “The Alexandre” in Bradford street. At the Fisheries Exhibition of 1883 he came prominently to the front and at the end of his career it is believed he was the last of the great piscatorial artists. He was an ardent angler, and was never happier than when accompanied by his son  for a days fishing. Although nothing can be more varried than the outward shape of fishes, the deceased could describe every part, from the candal fin to the gills, an could also model and print so well as almost to deceive an expert

Knight was a prolific painter of fish, generally painting them in pairs.

Artist - Thomas Targett 1829 - 1929

British painter, painted a number of still life works.  Very little information on the artist available.

Artist - Graham Payne

A local Worcestershire artist who unfortunately died in his mid fifties, late last Century.  He only started painting in the last few years of his life.

Artist - Erskine Nicol 1825 - 1904

A Scottish figure painter who attended the Trustees Academy at 12 years of age before later moving to London in 1862.  He retired from the Royal Academy in 1885 and finally settled in Feltham, Middlesex.

Artist - George Holloway 1882 - 1977

Served as Staff Captain in the Royal Artillery during the First World War, he was an elocutionist, a talented painter, mainly in watercolours.

Artist - Ted Andrews

Cartoonist for many newspapers and a dedicated angler.

Artist - John Grant

Self taught London artist, c 1990 - 2012, up and coming naturalist, paints in acrylics, draws in pencil.

Artist - David Miller

He has been a Wildlife artist for the past 20 years during which time his work has been exhibited at many galleries including McEwan Gallery, Stockbridge, Saddleworth and the Society of Wildlife Artists Annual Exhibition at The Mall London, while some of his larger paintings now hang in London, Tokoyo and New York boardrooms.

Artist - Bernard Venables 1907 - 2001

Died at the age of 94, the famous author and illustrator of “Mr Crabtree goes Fishing” which sold in excess of 2 million copies.