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Arthur Briscoe  

Arthur Briscoe

Wallace F Brown 

Wallace F Brown

Whilst at school Wallace F Brown won prizes for drawing and watercolour painting. He studied medicine and qualified at Belfast, spending most of his professional life in the English Midlands. He now paints full time.

Marjorie Best 

Marjorie Best

Renowned among watercolour artists countrywide, Marjorie Best was less well known in the wider world of art appreciation. Marjorie Best's superb watercolours of flowers were collected widely before her death in the early 90's when she herself was 90.

F Gordon Crosby 

F Gordon Crosby

Terence Cuneo 

Terence Cuneo

A De Breanski  

A De Breanski

Rowland Hilder  

Rowland Hilder

Rowland Hilder's work was selected for showing at the Royal Academy when he was only 18 and he had his first one man exhibition at the Gallery of the Fine Art Society in Bond Street in 1939. Watercolour was his favourite medium and he loved painting detailed images of trees, farmhouses and Kentish landscapes.

Sydney Nevell 

Sydney Nevell

Edward Seago  

Edward Seago

Edward Seago was born in Norwich, Norfolk in 1910. As a child he suffered much ill health and was often confined to bed by a heart complaint. As a result he spent a lot of time painting skies from his bedroom window. Later he received advice and instruction from Alfred Munnings and Bernard Priestman.

Edward Wesson  

Edward Wesson

Edward Wesson was a noted watercolour demonstrator and performed to packed houses throughout the UK. These were terrific evening entertainment, punctuated by jokes, bawdy remarks and sideline sketches, while the main watercolour demo was drying.

John Bryan  

John Bryan

Claude Buckle 

Claude Buckle

Claude Buckle was a member of the Royal Institute of Painters in Watercolour. He began as an architect’s assistant and slowly built up connections with major companies illustrating engineering and commercial subjects.

Terrick Williams 

Terrick Williams

Jack Merriott 

Jack Merriott

John Yardley 

John Yardley

 

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