Going through the plans chest i came across this lovely Frank Beanland from the mid 90's. Inspired by his love of St Ives it demonstrates Frank's wonderful use of colour to represent land and sea.
Sadly Frank died earlier this year. A great loss to the art world.
Great view of Venice by Alan Stenhouse Gourley. He was an inveterate traveller in Europe and South Africa where he painted en plein air. His paintings are always fresh and exciting.
Art is all about simplicity, a few lines, a few swirls... But to make it work you have to be good. And the semi-abstracted realism of Norma Jameson is beyond good.
Born in 1917 in Poland, Halima Nalecz came to Britain after the war and was horrified to find that you couldn't buy Modern Art of any description on Bond Street. To rectify this she opened her own gallery which she called The Drian Galleries - A homage to the artist Piet Mondrian who was one of her heroes.
I purchased this large, atmospheric landscape painting from John O'Conner in the late 1980's. It then moved half way around the world to Australia where it hung for nearly 30 years until I bought it back from my clients on their return to England!
At AM Fine Art we have a passion for 20th century British Art and we have a huge inventory of artwork to view by appointment at our Surrey gallery.
We have selected a handful of artists to feature on the website alongside the artwork of our principle artist, Doreen Heaton Potworowska. Simply visit the Featured Artists tab to explore our selections.
John Stocks @ AM Fine Art