Gallery

The Gallery contains a selection of our traditional and impressionist oil paintings, watercolours and drawings. Please click on the thumbnail image to view a larger illustration.

Pictures are listed alphabetically by artist`s surname.

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Click to Enlarge John WHITE, RI ROI RBA (1851 - 1933)
Sidmouth Bay from Beer Common
Bodycolour. Signed.
6½” x 10½” (16.5 cm x 26.7 cm)


Click to Enlarge John WHITE, RI ROI RBA (1851 - 1933)
Above Branscombe Bay
Bodycolour. Signed.
11” x 18” (27.9 cm x 45.7 cm)


Click to Enlarge John WHITE, RI ROI RBA (1851 - 1933)
Autumn on the High Moor
Bodycolour. Signed.
14” x 21” (35.6 cm x 53.3 cm)


Click to Enlarge John WHITE, RI ROI RBA (1851 - 1933)
The Forge, Branscombe
Bodycolour. Signed.
11” x 18” (27.9 cm x 45.7 cm)


Click to Enlarge Frederick John WIDGERY (1861 - 1942)
Watern Tor, 1904
Bodycolour. Signed and dated.
13Ό” x 20Ό” (33.7 cm x 51.5 cm)


Click to Enlarge William WIDGERY (1826 - 1893)
Autumn by the River Meavy, Dartmoor
Watercolour. Signed.
13Ύ” x 20” (34.9 cm x 50.8 cm)


Click to Enlarge William WIDGERY (1826 - 1893)
Ponies on the Moor
Watercolour. Signed.
9Ό” x 42” (23.5 cm x 106.7 cm)


Click to Enlarge Harry WILLIAMS (late 19th Century)
Polperro, 1882
Watercolour. Signed.
10Ύ” x 18½” (27.3 cm x 47 cm)


Click to Enlarge Terrick John WILLIAMS, RA PRI VPROI RBA PNSA (1860 - 1936)
A Bright Morning, Douarnenez
Watercolour. Signed. Exhibited: London, The Royal Institute of Painters in Watercolours. No.1. Exhibition label verso.
An exceptional example by one of Britain’s finest Impressionists and one of the most important and influential figures in the history of 20th Century British art. Terrick Williams was passionate about painting outdoors and had an exceptional ability to observe the qualities of light and colour and translate them beautifully in oils, watercolours and pastels. He was fascinated by the effects of sunshine and shadows, especially the quicksilver play of light on water. Many of his compositions, painted on his extensive travels, feature local people going about their daily chores. Williams had a particular interest in harbour and fishing subjects, which drew him repeatedly to art colonies by the sea in Cornwall and Brittany. He visited Douarnenez in 1918-19.
16Ύ” x 22Ύ” (42.5 cm x 57.8 cm)


Click to Enlarge Charles Edward WILSON (1854 - 1941)
The New Kittens
Pen and ink. Signed with initials.
5Ύ” x 4½” (14.7 cm x 11.4 cm)

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