From the frosty depths of winter, we send our warmest greetings to you all. Carl Whitfield’s ‘Winter Robin' meets us with an equally cheerful salutation, its bright, inquisitive eyes brimming with personality and character. A champion of hyperrealist wildlife art, Yorkshire artist Carl Whitfield never ceases to impress with the extent of his precision and the unparalleled calibre of his work.
As the year ahead begins to take shape, the gallery is thrilled to announce an exciting programme of exhibitions over the course of 2018. From our highly-anticipated annual exhibitions such as 'Edward Hersey & Gordon Lees' and 'Clare Haley: Light of Yorkshire' to new shows including 'Tales of the Sea', 'Treasures of the Continent' and 'Equestrian Art: Companions and Champions', the gallery's exhibition schedule is sure to hold something for every collector. Further details of exhibitions will be released as they approach, so do check our Exhibitions page for the most up-to-date details.
So far this month the gallery has received new work by Jacqueline Stanhope, Sean Durkin and Natalie Stutely, and is expecting the arrival of even more new paintings in the coming weeks. These new acquisitions will include work by Edward Hersey, Raymond Campbell and Terry Evans, as well as a few new artists yet to be officially announced. Be sure to keep a close watch on our website and our Recently Acquired page to obtain the first look at this exciting new collection.
In the meantime, we wish you the best, and look forward to welcoming you to our galleries soon.
The Directors at York Fine Arts
Jacqueline’s work is treasured by patrons and collectors alike, and continues to stand out among British traditional and contemporary fine art. Her versatile and sympathetic style has led to a significant amount of private commissions, with the majority of clients coming from the racing and breeding community.
Four original paintings by Jacqueline Stanhope are available for purchase.
Neil’s paintings personify the nostalgic majesty and tradition of post-war aircraft and sea vessels, with a technique both exacting and evocative. He has been a full member of the Guild of Aviation Artists for over 20 years, and exhibits annually at the Mall Galleries in London.
One original painting by Neil Foggo is available for purchase.
Natalie’s style of painting and drawing stems from her combined interest in Renaissance and Pre-Raphaelite art. She is also fascinated by movement, the play of light and shadow, and the spectrum of colour it creates. She therefore aims to build depth and fluidity in her paintings, be it in the power and magnificence of a horse or the lightness and delicacy of fine detail.
Three original paintings by Natalie Stutely are available for purchase