Tim Cotterill, the Frogman, has created a wide selection of stunning limited edition bronze frog and bird sculptures with a Love theme for a Prince or Princess. See All Tim Cotterill Sculptures Lookin for Love Lovebirds Arrow The Kiss Love … Continue reading
New stunning limited editions from Katy Dobson in her unique colourful style. See the Art of Katy Dobson Optic I and Optic II
Superb new original oil paintings by Caro SaintVire with an ethereal quality to create atmosphere. See the Art of Caro SaintVire
Super new original grafitti painting from Hue Folk as a Homer(age) to our favourite Simpson. See the Art of Hue Folk
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Roald Dahl’s Matilda was first published in October 1988 with original illustrations by Quentin Blake. A set of four official special limited edition collector prints have been released to celebrate the occasion.
They are mounted to an overall size of 43 x 50 cm and cost £ 149.
At the age of 4 and a half, Matilda Wormwood is already a genius. Unfortunately her parents are too stupid to notice.
Matilda won the Children’s Book Award shortly after it was first published and it has continued to delight audiences ever since.
In 1966, a film version was released which has become a perennial classic.
A musical production by the Royal Shakespeare Company was created in 2010 to critical acclaim being shown in London’s West End, Broadway and subsequently touring worldwide.
An original painting of a stunning city scape with a modern contemporary twist from Joe Bowen.
Forest Abstract is an original painting and evocative abstract from artist Louise Schofield.
Born and raised in Barnsley, South Yorkshire, Lousie was lucky enough to have a childhood filled with many adventures into the countryside and coastal areas where her parents introduced her to the amazing world of nature.
She spent many hours walking through woodlands watching the wildlife or playing in the streams and rivers, or long sunny days at the coast exploring the rock pool and caves. So it’s no surprise that her passion is for nature, and when she wasn’t out exploring the world she was creating drawings and paintings from her discoveries.