Peter McCarthy - Framed Contemporary Mixed Media, Arum Lilies. A wonderful still life composition by contemporary artist Peter McCarthy, depicting a bunch of Arum Lilies arranged in a blue and green lustre vase. An inner frame has been created from strips of teared paper, coated in gestural watercolour washes.
Signed to the lower left-hand corner. The mix media piece has been beautifully presented in a complimenting green frame. Painter, etcher and printmaker born at Southend-on-Sea, Essex, who studied at Suffolk College of Art and the Colchester School of Art but is largely self-taught. He has shown throughout East Anglia and London and employs a variety of media in his which includes still life, landscape and figures and has also had work published on greeting cards.
A one-time Honorary Treasurer for the Ipswich Art Club his exhibitions include group shows at the Mall Galleries, Snape Maltings Gallery, Aldeburgh, Gomshall Gallery, Surrey, Drury Lane Gallery, London, Nevill Gallery, Canterbury, Kent, The Discerning Eye and in 2000 at the Clairmonte Gallery, Brighton, Sussex. McCarthy has also held solo shows at John Russell Gallery, Ipswich.
You can view our full collection of these here. Size: 64.5 x 39cm (25.4" x 15.4"). Framed Size: 79 x 53cm (31.1" x 20.9"). Includes a Certificate of Authenticity. All our artworks are packaged to a very high standard, using protective cellophane wallets, hardboard backing, and bubble wrap.Framed pictures are packed into custom made cartons. All of our items come with a Certificate of Authenticity. Bill, one of the directors was joined by his son, Dan, in 2012. Bill and Dan (now managing director) are joined by 6 art historians/gallery specialists, 2 stock controllers/dispatchers and an art conservation specialist.
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