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Mike learned his trade with the great Lancashire artist, Harold Riley. He has a great ability to capture an "expression".
- Her Majesty Elizabeth II's portrait surrounds us daily more than we stop to think about - she's on stamps, coins and banknotes. We even see her initials on letter boxes.
A Life Extraordinary: Queen Elizabeth II by Angie Wright
Our queen is also one of the most recognisable and painted faces in modern portraiture, recreated by the likes of Andy Warhol, Lucian Freud and Justin Mortimer to name but a few.
To mark her 90th birthday, we celebrate by looking at ArtGallery artists who have also taken inspiration from our monarch.Artists and gallery owners are often asked, “If I buy this painting, will it be a good investment?” The truthful answer is always, “If you like it enough to spend the money, buy it. If it goes up in value…that’s a bonus.” Over the last few years, hundreds of people have liked the work they have seen in The Malvern Theatres enough to buy. Because the sales are through this on-line website, distance selling regulations means that they could have been returned for a full refund…..but none have.
Read articleIn the lead up to Shakespeare's 400th anniversary we look at ways in which the Bard has so accurartely described how we feel about art.
William Shakespeare by Mike Bagshaw
"Though this be madness, yet there is method in it" - Hamlet, Act II Scene II
Romeo And Juliet, 2016 by Dimitris Pavlopoulos
Interpretation is one of art's best gifts. Part of the joy of looking at art is experiencing something through the eyes of the artist. There are so many colours and forms that would have otherwise gone unnoticed.
Read articleWe love a good landscape at ArtGallery - and this month we celebrated a country famous for its painted scenes. It is, of course, Ireland.
There are so many ways to capture the beauty of an Irish landscape, whether it's the ever-moving coastline, its lush, green hills, or a dramatic sunrise.
Here are some ArtGallery artists who all express the character of the landscapes in a unique way:
Cooniger by Arabella Kiszely
Arabella Kiszely beautifully captures the drama of the Beara Peninsula on a cloudy afternoon.
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