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Anthony Barrow

Anthony Barrow, a member of NAPA, the National Acrylic Painters Association has been painting for over twenty years. Predominantly a figurative artist Anthony has a prolific output which often overflows into the disciplines of landscape, still life and abstract painting.
 
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Julie Nicholls

Do Julie Nicholls's images feel familiar to you? Feel like you have seen them before but can't quite place where? Don't torment yourself trying to think where you have seen them... Julie Nicholl's illustrations are becoming as familiar to our consumer culture as chips are to fish. Her client list is as long as your leg and her work has been used all over the place to illustrate all sorts of things. Here's a selection of her client list that might help jog your memory… Blackwells Publishing, BBC Good Food Magazine, BBC Homes and Gardens Magazine, BBC Vegetarian Magazine, Bella Magazine, Country Living Magazine, Creative Ideas Magazine, Financial Times, Ideal Home Magazine, Oxford University Press, Prima Magazine, The Times, Which Magazine… the list goes on and on and on. This is a unique opportunity to buy an original Nicholls art work at a very affordable price.
 
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Rudolf Kosow

Rudolf Kosow was born in Kazachstan in 1972 and for the last fourteen years has lived and worked in Stuttgard, Germany. Rudolf is a still life and figurative painter working in oil on canvas. His use of light and the interplay of shadow creates a strong sense of atmosphere within each piece, guiding the eye and illuminating the composition. His work aims to produce a sense of calm, harmony and rest within the viewer, only achievable through a pictorial clarity that reflects a confident master. His natural talent and ability allows us to clear our minds of the everyday, and encourages us to interpret the work in a way unique to ourselves.
 
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Sharona Lucas

Sharona Lucus is a London based artist who paints vibrant contemporary oil paintings. Her inspiration to paint comes from a desire to highlight the innate beauty and character of the things she sees. She is particularly interested in depicting the effects of light, reflections and shadows. Lucus studied with the Spanish artist Trinidad Ball and has also studied drawing and painting at the Wimbledon School of Art. She has exhibited across London and her work is held in private collections throughout the UK.
 
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Andrei  Savich

Andrei Savich paints fresh, vivid paintings which are full of buoyancy and enthusiasm. Each painting warmly illustrates an object set within a thoroughly optimistic and upbeat background.
 
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Tracy Marshall

Tracy Marshall is primarily a Still Life painter specialising in Oil on Canvas. The selection of works represented on London Art particularly personifies her flower series and reflects her love of flowers. Tracy Marshall studied at Chelsea School of Art in the early eighties. After a number of years pursuing other careers Tracy finally returned to painting in 2003.
 
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Yarah David

Yarah David was originally trained as a fabric designer at Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art, Dundee. After leaving College Yarah set her self up in business, producing large scale floral prints for wrapping paper designs. With the business firmly established, Yarah can once again concentrate on her true devotion, which is to produce these beautiful and original flower studies in oil on canvas. As unique pieces, her work reflects her love for nature and her passion for her garden.
 
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Julie Beresford

The majority of Julie Beresford’s current work is based on or around family and friends. She is intrigued by the negativity and darkness that people, including children, have within them as well as the more pleasant sides to their natures. This juxtoposotion gives life its texture and creates the interesting tension and duplicity in this work. Portraits of children, painful red skin and interesting photographs make up this exhibition and show the versatility and ambition of this artist.
 
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Holland Auster

Auster’s necessity to record and document the world around her enables her to elequently encapsulate a fleeting moment in time.
 
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Leo Verhoeven

Verhoeven's flat simplicity of form, repetition and lack of superfluous ornamentation demonstrate the kind of order found in a utopian ideal of architectural and social reform. Bu using solid blocks of bright colours, the artist emphahsises his response to the urban world. He takes a pop influence and uses it to create works that are striking and iconic. The buildings are familiar and the style is forthright, but by creating formative balance and harmony of colour Verhoeven's work contains a subtle depth and power. Confident and accomplished, it is little wonder that Verhoeven is one of our thirty best selling artists.
 
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