buy-fine-art-logo

Prints, Paintings, Pictures and Sculptures

Order Hotline: 01245 253415
cart 0 items finance-banner

Category
+ -
Category
+ -
Price
+ -
Price
+ -
Size
+ -
Size
+ -
Format
+ -
Format
+ -
Artist
+ -
Artist
+ -

Best Selling Artists

Warmth, comfort, belonging, understanding, acceptance, togetherness and respect, along with fun, adventure, exploration and ultimately, love and companionship for life are the words and phrases any fan of contemporary artist, Doug Hyde would use to ..... view full range of Doug Hyde's work »


Not being in receipt of any formal art training hasn’t held contemporary landscape artist Gary Walton back in any way whatsoever, and as is the case with many of his peers successfully carving out a professional art career in this genre, self-taught ..... view full range of Gary Walton's work »


If you’re in the market for paintings of cows dressed up as superheroes, Batman and Robin then you are in luck; as there’s a contemporary artist out there going by the name of Caroline Shotton who’s a dab hand at capturing our bovine chums in a vari ..... view full range of Caroline Shotton's work »


Although believing his future lay in art from a relatively early age, fine artist, Neil Dawson’s creative education didn’t go entirely to plan; and very nearly didn’t happen at all. Despite showing much enthusiasm and talent for the subject during h ..... view full range of Neil Dawson's work »


Old ladies exchanging chitter-chatter on street corners, that exhausted old man plotting his coordinates homeward after a long, hard day or that little dog marking its territory on the lamppost in the middle distance. These images and much more besi ..... view full range of Alexander Millar's work »


Debra Stroud first laid claim to her artistic gift at the grand old age of two and half years, when she immediately peeled off the nursery freeze that her mother had just secured to the wall moments earlier. Stopping short of citing ‘artistic differ ..... view full range of Debra Stroud's work »


The eldest of seven children, Mackenzie Thorpe was born in Middlesbrough in 1956 and akin to most young male members of communities in the North East back then, his future was already signposted toward the shipyards or steelworks - both redolent of ..... view full range of Mackenzie Thorpe's work »


If you’ve got a penchant for loved-up, lovelorn or just lovely little characters and/or classic pianos, then you’re just gonna, er, love Mark Grieves’ trailblazing contemporary art. Harking back to a forgotten time of black and white, music hall rom ..... view full range of Mark Grieves's work »


One of Paul James’s clearest first memories is that of re-creating the likeness of ‘Dr Who’ characters whilst at playschool at around the age of four. Quite how ‘like’ the Daleks and Cybermen they were hasn’t really been established by the now criti ..... view full range of Paul James's work »


There’s much more to acclaimed fine artist and photographer, Steven Townsend’s portfolio than merely stunning animal and wildlife compositions. Not that there’s anything ‘mere’ about Townsend’s illustratively dramatic and graphically compelling back ..... view full range of Steven Townsend's work »




Peter Smith was born and bred in Mansfield in Nottinghamshire in 1967, and recalls an avid interest in art from an early age in his upbringing. A young, impressionable Smith would take a deal of pleasure in witnessing every facet of life that evolve ..... view full range of Peter Smith's work »


Danielle O’Connor Akiyama believes that her background in art therapy stood her in good stead for the transition to becoming a fully fledged professional artist. Whilst an art therapist she regularly educated and encouraged people of all ages with a ..... view full range of Danielle O'Connor Akiyama's work »


Memories are everything. Golden. And if you were a child of the 1970s it’s a safe bet to assume that those memories centred on carefree summer afternoon riding your Raleigh Chopper bike, bouncing around on a spacehopper or climbing trees. All whilst ..... view full range of Craig Davison's work »


Helen Rhodes is not your ordinary, average, every day contemporary artist. Far from it in fact. OK. She clearly paints, with these usually illustratively manifesting themselves as trees, flowers, animals (typically all manner of birds), wildlife-y s ..... view full range of Helen Rhodes's work »


They say that that life on the sea shapes many men’s lives beyond the ordinary, and that’s a theory that celebrated landscape artist, Duncan MacGregor could well empathise with as someone who’s days have never been pitched too far away from the coas ..... view full range of Duncan MacGregor's work »


There’s brown, and then there’s BROWN. As we are already well aware mud is brown, as are camels (only a paler brown), whilst pale ale is notoriously brown, as are nuts and assorted pine cones. And Monks habits. But there’s never been a brown as inte ..... view full range of Jennifer Hogwood's work »


Sadly recently passing away after battling illness, celebrated and hugely popular contemporary landscape artist, Bill Tolley’s legacy is one of towering illustrative substance and needs to be seen to be believed. Characterised by beautifully coloure ..... view full range of Bill Tolley's work »


They refer to ‘she’ as the cat’s mother. Well they’d be right, whoever ‘they’ are as ‘she’ (Linda Jane Smith) is definitely the cat’s mother. Or their Creator-in-Paint that is. Whole legions of them. As far as the eye can see. Reclining on chase lon ..... view full range of Linda Jane Smith's work »


After turning his back on finance, Brazilian-born contemporary artist, Henderson Cisz decided to seize the initiative and take a chance on turning his passion for fine art into his next career move, confident that he could make a success of himself. ..... view full range of Henderson Cisz's work »


In-demand contemporary landscape and figurative artist, Mark Spain first came to the public’s attention it’s fair to say in 1987, when he was chosen by Kew Gardens to create a collection of etchings to commemorate the re-structuring of one of London ..... view full range of Mark Spain's work »


Contemporary fine artist with a distinct creative persuasion toward animals in either domesticated or wild eventualities, Hayley Goodhead is definitely riding on the crest of an artistic nu-wave, as she continues to emerge as one of the freshest and ..... view full range of Hayley Goodhead's work »


Soaring, uplifting, infinitely joyous colours and candy-tipped scenes await those whose retinas land on a Dale Bowen visual number, and this is no exaggeration of wanton claim. Those same eyes are met with a dazzling array of bubble-gum hues and sat ..... view full range of Dale Bowen's work »


With a raft of album cover, record sleeve and magazine commissions behind her, as well as the completion of art work on behalf of Paul McCartney’s Music Academy, respected illustrative artist Rebecca Lardner has made something of a name for herself ..... view full range of Rebecca Lardner's work »


Tree of Tranquillity, Tree of Harmony, Twilight Tree, Tree of Patriotism, Tree of Temptation. It’s fair to assume that Darlington’s got a ‘thing’ for trees, as visually substantiated by one of the contemporary artist’s most popular and widely recogn ..... view full range of Kerry Darlington's work »


There’s something for every contemporary artistic taste in Gary Benfield’s signature compositional work, bar humourous bovines and full-on nudity. Although having said that there are many straight-faced cows and semi (tastefully) naked female forms ..... view full range of Gary Benfield's work »


There’s not that many contemporary fine artists who admit to having being inspired by the works of painters and decorators we should imagine. But then the painters and decorators which leading UK contemporary figurative artist, Joy Kirton-Smith is r ..... view full range of Joy Kirton Smith's work »


You can’t keep a good man down, and the same applies for those slightly more wicked. And a certain Timmy Mallett unapologetically fell into the later camp it has to be said. Wickedly funny that is. Throughout the 1980s and 1990s Mallett was omnipres ..... view full range of Timmy Mallett's work »


Newcastle born and bred fine artist, Keith Proctor might have been producing stunning paintings all of his life – impressive enough – however on learning that the Geordie has received no formal training as such gives him even more kudos in our book. ..... view full range of Keith Proctor's work »


Growing up during the 1960s and 70s in an industrially-pioneered and landscaped Birmingham, Paul Horton remains steadfastly and resolutely proud of his working class heritage in the heartlands of the Black Country. After attending the Bournville Sch ..... view full range of Paul Horton's work »


Sherree Valentine-Daines is known to many art lovers and collectors (including endorsements from the members of the British Royal Family) for her portraits and figurative work focussing on stars of the stage, screen and sports fields, having built u ..... view full range of Sherree Valentine Daines's work »


Critically acclaimed contemporary cityscape artist, Dylan REALLY goes to illustrative town on his typically larger (and wobblier) than life compositions, as viewed hereabouts. His famed wibbly-wobbly buildings and iconic landmarks, visually executed ..... view full range of Dylan Izaak's work »


Think of Gotham City, only less futuristic, yet equally as dark and brutish. Or perhaps the streets of Sherlock Holmes’ Victorian London. Often by night, the streetlights catch the city streets beneath in an eerie gaslight glow. However stop for a s ..... view full range of Bob Barker's work »


“I believe everybody has the ability to create great paintings and drawings, the true trick though is knowing how to see with an artist’s eye….. and this I can teach you.” These are the words of contemporary landscape artist, Will Kemp, whose first ..... view full range of Will Kemp's work »


If you’re in the market for gorgeous, invitingly intoxicating paintings of seductive, powerful, typically leggy women looking wistfully, yet purposefully out into the middle distance - like a Grattan catalogue model only with markedly more finesse a ..... view full range of David Farrant's work »


Now living and working out of Cardiff in South Wales, contemporary figurative artist (although known in some quarters as a photo-realist artist), Richard Blunt was born and bred in Stourbridge in the West Midlands. Experiencing what he calls your av ..... view full range of Richard Blunt's work »


David Shepherd left school in the 1930's and travelled to Kenya to pursue his dream of becoming a game warden.The National Parks did not accept him for the post so he had no choice but to return to England where his only two options were to drive a ..... view full range of David Shepherd's work »


Edinburgh-born artist and illustrator, Sir William Russell Flint (to afford him his full title) was especially known for his epic watercolour portrayals of womenfolk; often caught in various stages of undress. When Flint wasn’t depicting the precise ..... view full range of Russell Flint's work »


Retrievers, Collies, Labradors, Spaniels, Terriers. You name any gun dog or canine involved in countryside pursuits, and the chances are that critically acclaimed dog and wildlife artist, Nigel Hemming has recreated its exact likeness in a host of s ..... view full range of Nigel Hemming's work »


‘Contemporary, pointilism meets pop art with a modern twist.’ The words of the artist himself in a recent interview when asked to describe his work. An artist who is regularly compared to Pop Art royalty, Warhol and Lichtenstein and who’s been hired ..... view full range of Paul Normansell's work »