EXCLUSIVE Personally SIGNED Paul Gaisford Print 1980

£165.00

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SKU: Chaff/VinArt/045 Categories: ,
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For sale an exclusively signed Paul Gaisford* Print ,“Early Morning” from 1980.  Framed and in excellent condition. I haven’t seen this particular print being offered for sale before. Bought at Auction so therefore verified by Auctioneer. Signed and Dated in Pencil with the title of the Print in his own handwriting.   Paul Gaisford Art work and prints are well sought after.   85.5 x 63.5cm   *A talented and skilled draughtsman, Paul Gaisford is a true artist of the rural romantic tradition, specializing in country themes, many of which stem from his love of the nomadic lifestyle. Favourite subjects include gypsy wagons & camp fires, bluebell woods, country people and animals, such as hares &  lurchers. All are skilfully painted using a strong sense of light & atmosphere in a variety of media including oils, watercolour & goache. At the age of 13 Paul started at the Camberwell school of art, progressing onto the Slade and then gaining a scholarship to the Berlin Academy of Art. He spent some years teaching at art colleges in Oxford, Hastings & Leicester as well as exhibiting his work in a number of London galleries. His work is highly collectible, and his patrons come from all walks of life, including the rich and famous. In 1995 he was invited to exhibit his paintings at Kensington Palace by the Duchess of York, as part of the Duchesses fund-raising efforts for her charity ‘Children in Crisis’. Money raised was used to send food, clothing and medical supplies to children in Eastern Europe suffering from the ravages of war and poverty. EXCLUSIVE Personally SIGNED Paul Gaisford Print 1980

For sale an exclusively signed Paul Gaisford* Print ,“Early Morning” from 1980.  Framed and in excellent condition. I haven’t seen this particular print being offered for sale before. Bought at Auction so therefore verified by Auctioneer. Signed and Dated in Pencil with the title of the Print in his own handwriting.

  Paul Gaisford Art work and prints are well sought after.   85.5 x 63.5cm   *A talented and skilled draughtsman, Paul Gaisford is a true artist of the rural romantic tradition, specializing in country themes, many of which stem from his love of the nomadic lifestyle. Favourite subjects include gypsy wagons & camp fires, bluebell woods, country people and animals, such as hares &  lurchers. All are skilfully painted using a strong sense of light & atmosphere in a variety of media including oils, watercolour & goache. At the age of 13 Paul started at the Camberwell school of art, progressing onto the Slade and then gaining a scholarship to the Berlin Academy of Art. He spent some years teaching at art colleges in Oxford, Hastings & Leicester as well as exhibiting his work in a number of London galleries. His work is highly collectible, and his patrons come from all walks of life, including the rich and famous.
In 1995 he was invited to exhibit his paintings at Kensington Palace by the Duchess of York, as part of the Duchesses fund-raising efforts for her charity ‘Children in Crisis’.
Money raised was used to send food, clothing and medical supplies to children in Eastern Europe suffering from the ravages of war and poverty.
       

 

 

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CHAFFER Antiques is a Sole Trader.  An individual seller who endeavours to have a variance of goods for sale on my site . I tend to sell Antiques, vintage goods, Collectables  and Rarer & unusual items.

 

 

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