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William Robert Symonds
Apple Blossom in Springtime. 1908. Oil on board.
Painted by Yoxford born artist Symonds (1852-1934) in the garden of his London studio.
Cloud cover, 1960.
Sadler, a trained pilot, encountered the Abstract Expressionist while stationed in Washington D.C. in 1953 before they had shown in the UK. He returned to the UK where he retired from the RAF in 1955 and concentrated on his painting. This work references the views, while flying, of land below through cloud.
In the Wenhaston Valley, 1921.
Priestman had a studio in the fishing village of Walberswick that was frequented by many artists. He gave painting lessons here and taught Edward Seago.
Orford, c.1972. Oil on board.
Thomas was a lyrical painter essentially in the English tradition. She worked solely in oils - and this image was painted from her Quayside house in Orford with water filled landscapes a recurring theme of her work. Influential to her practice were George Braque and Philip Wilson Steer - such differing artists helped create a creative tension in her Thomas' own work. She was a member of The New English Art Club. SOLD
Suffolk Wood, c.2000. Oil on board.
Morgan's work caught the interest of the painter Cedric Morris. Morris then invited Morgan to his painting school in Suffolk. Morgan attended Morris' East Anglian School of Painting and Drawing in Benton End and it was a life transforming event (and relationship) - returning regularly to Benton End until Morris' death in 1982.
The Quay, Wells next the Sea, Norfolk. 1923. Watercolour on paper.
This delicate watercolour by Harry Morley, who studied architecture at the Royal College of Art, captures both his love of buildings and his painting - which he took up whilst on a scholarship in Italy. He went on to illustrate guides to Florence and Venice. This image of buildings on the quayside, which still looks like this today, captures his skilful draughtsmanship married with a beautiful restrained palette.
Marriage's Mill (detail), 1956. Oil on board.
Pallot was a noted painter and designer of large scale concrete murals - many of which are now listed. She contributed to the Sea & Sea Ships Pavilion at the Festival of Britain in 1951 . This work celebrates the industrial architecture of Marriage's Mill in Colchester.