Ian Macdonald

Launderette by Ian MacDonald

Click on image for higher resolution: Style: Still life Figurative Humour

Irene George- yellow hat tribe

Running A Bath by Irene George- Humour in Art

It all began in the early 90’s when Irene George was doodling on the back of a brown envelope, a tiny tribe appeared, known today as “The yellow hat tribe” Read more –> Irene George – Born 1947 It all began in the early 90’s when Irene was doodling on the back of a brown envelope, […]

Sue Macartney Snape

The Hopeless Case by Sue Macartney Snape

John Julius Norwich says “Macartney Snape is the Master of caricature” her paintings “illustrate the English social scene more brilliantly and with greater accuracy than any other illustrator today.” Read more –> Sue Macartney-Snape – Humerous Illustrations Born in Tanzania, brought up in Australia and now lives and paints in London. John Julius Norwich calls her […]

Beryl Cook – Collectable Signed Prints

Four Cats staring at a lobster, wishing

Beryl Cook was one of Britain’s most popular artist’s. Undoubtedly she will be remembered as a great humorous social observer, a recorder of what people wear and how they enjoy themselves. Read more –> Beryl Cook – Born 1927 Surrey Beryl Cook is one of Britain’s most popular living artist’s. Undoubtedly she will be remembered as […]

Eileen Greenwood

Canterbury Cats by Eileen Greenwood

Eileen Greenwood was a full-time printmaker specialising in etchings and aquatint. Many images are hand coloured. Read more –> Eileen Greenwood – Born 1917 – 2014 England Greenwood studied at the Royal Collage of Art, Courtaulds Institute and Goldsmiths Collage. She has had numerous solo exhibitions throughout the UK and overseas and her work is […]