Also included in the background is a collaged border than blends perfectly into the rest of background, matching the colour of the vase. The painting is signed to the lower right-hand corner. Well presented in a bright gilt frame with a wooden green slip.
In very good condition with only a few light scratches to the gilt frame. Peter McCarthy studied Composition of Art at Colchester Art School, Life Drawing and Childrens Book Illustration at Ipswich Art School and etching and printmaking at Suffolk College. A professional artist since 1985 working mainly in oils and acrylics on canvas and board. He has exhibited at Annual Open Exhibition of drawings, Barbican Trust, London; University of Suffolk Neptune Marina, Ipswich; Cambridge ArtWORKS Open; Suffolk Showcase Smiths Row Bury St Edmund's; Brighton Art Fair; Aldeburgh Gallery, Suffolk; The Red Dot Gallery The Garage Gallery Aldeburgh; Mall Galleries, London; Ipswich High Street Art Gallery; The Sentinel Gallery, Wivenhoe, Essex; Ipswich Art Society; The John Russell Gallery Ipswich; Royal Academy Summer Exhibition London and elsewhere.You can view our full collection of these here. Size: 49 x 39cm (19.3" x 15.4").
Framed Size: 61 x 51.5cm (24" x 20.3"). 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. We operate from dedicated premises in Corsham, Wiltshire and utilise various humidity controlled storage facilities in the local area. The art in our online gallery has been handpicked by our team of highly qualified art historians. We try our hardest to ensure that artworks are described and photographed as accurately as possible.
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