Memories from Abroad
Page 1 - Aliotti to Chevins

Claude Aliotti was born on the 1st Dec 1925 in Cauderan, Gironde, France. He began to paint in Paris in 1944. A painter of figures and lively landscapes, he exhibited in Paris up to 1950 and each year in Lausanne between 1955 and 1959, in Fecamp in 1960 and 1965, Honfleur in 1970, Los Angeles and Chicago in 1973 and 1977. Perigueux in 1975 and Bordeaux in 1976. He died in 1989.


Claude Aliotti 1925-1989   

A Mountain Retreat
oil                                                                   19 x 23  inches 

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Jeremy Barlow studied illustration at Northampton School of Art. Inspired by the British landscape artist Stanley Orchart, Jeremy spent several years developing his own style of painting while following a successful career working in studios in London and the Midlands. In 1977, he moved to Germany and for the next 6 years concentrated on painting German, French, Belgian and Dutch landscapes and townscapes. He returned to England in 1983 and since then has exhibited at many major venues including the Royal Academy of Arts, the Royal Institute of Painters in Watercolours, the Royal Society of Marine Artists and the Royal Society of British Artists.

The work of Jeremy Barlow is represented in public, private and corporate collections worldwide. He is an elected member of the Royal Institute of Oil Painters (ROI) and served as a council member from 1995 to 1999. He won the Stanley Grimm prize in 1994 and 2000 and the Alan Gourlay Memorial Prize in 1999 at the Annual ROI Exhibition at the Mall Galleries. British artists. He exhibited at major galleries in London, the provinces and further afield in the Netherlands, Germany and the USA, with over 200 successful one-man exhibitions since 1978.

Jeremy Barlow ROI   

Huitres Coquillages
oil                                                                   15 x 20  inches 

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Roland Batchelor was born in London the son of artist Bernard Batchelor who insisted that he get a steady job. Although he started to paint very young he worked in the Civil Service for over forty years. Roland studied art in his spare time with George Morrow at Putney School of Art and Harry Watson at Regent Street Polytechnic School of Art. When he retired from the Civil Service in 1949 he studied at City and Guilds of London School under A R Middleton Todd. He exhibited regularly at the Royal Academy and the Royal Watercolour Society. Roland was elected a member of the RWS in 1966. His work is held by the Victoria and Albert Museum. He loved France, a fluent French speaker his subjects include figures in French landscapes which were spontaneous and very free, expressing a love for the subjects which were shrewdly observed and full of humour.

 

Patricia Jarrett wrote a book on his works “Roland Batchelor, water-colours and drawings – a 20th century view of the human comedy” 


Roland Batchelor RWS 
(1889 - 1990)
Old Town Nice

watercolour                                                                   12 x 9.5  inches 

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Robert Bagge-Scott 
(1849 - 1925)
A Wet Day in the Voorstraat Dort 

oil                                                                   11.5 x 8  inches 

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Robert Bagge Scott was a painter of landscapes and marines. He was born in Norwich on 19th July 1849 the son of Robert Bagge Scott an upholsterer and cabinet maker who employed 20 people in his business. His mother was Emily Mary Follent. Robert Junior joined the Merchant Navy which allowed him to travel the world. He qualified as an officer but later resigned his commission to concentrate on his art. He married Adriana Maria from South Holland and his daughter was also born in South Holland. Much of his painting is of Norwich but he did paint on the Continent. He exhibited at the RA from 1886. He was the President of the Norwich Art Circle and lived in Norwich and St Olaves. His work is held in private collection and at the Norwich Castle Museum and the Dordrect Museum.
This painting was exhibited at the Norwich Art Club in Oct 1909 



Henry Bishop RA NEAC ROI 
(1868 - 1939)
The Harbour

oil                                                                   12 x 14  inches 

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Painter of landscapes, coastal scenes and townscapes

Henry Bishop was born in London on 27th June 1868. He studied at the Slade School under Legros, in Paris at the Atelier Cormon and in Brittany with Alexander Harrison where he worked plein-air. In his early years he lived in Cornwall and was a member of the St Ives Group of Artists. He spent many years working abroad in Morocco, and a one man show of these later works was held at Goupil Gallery in 1913. He exhibited at the NEAC from 1915 and the RA from 1906. Elected NEAC in 1929 ARA in 1932 and RA in 1939.  Henry Bishop died in London on 6th March 1939.

 

The label on the frame of this picture bears his name and address as 143 Church Street Chelsea SW3, it also stated he was ARA which dates the picture between 1932 and 1939.

Hugh Boycott Brown
(1909 - 1990)

Market Place Nationale Dieppe

oil                                                                  7 x 9  inches 

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Ashton Cannell FRSA RSMA ARD UA (1927 - 1994)

Isle of Man Beach

watercolour                                                                   9.5 x 14 inches 

 

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Edward Ashton Cannell was born in the Isle of Man 12th September 1927 and attended the School of Art there and at Liverpool College of Art. He taught at Isle of Man School of Art and became head of art at Rutherford School of Art in London schools as well as a senior assessor for Metropolitan Regional Examinations Board. He started to paint full time in 1973, carrying out commissions for various companies including British Petroleum, Foyles, Cassells and Bass International. He was a member of the Royal Society of Marine Artists, London Sketch Club, BWS and the Wapping Group. He exhibited at the Royal Academy and the Paris Salon where he won a silver medal in 1973, a gold in 1975 . He was a helper at St Mary's Hospital, Paddington and a counselor and helper at the Lighthouse Project for Aids.

S Daphne Padden RMS NDD (1927-2009) (1447) 15 Grapes on a ledge 1991 w 2 x 2.75

 Ashton Cannell FRSA RSMA ARD UA (1927 - 1994)

Cregneaish Calf of Man

watercolour                                                                   6.5 x 10.5  inches 

 

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TREVOR CHAMERLAIN ROI RSMA

A Piazza in Sorrento

watercolour                                                                  7 x 5  inches 

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Trevor was born in 1933 and worked as an architectural assistant until 1964 when he was able to devote all his time to painting professionally. He paints figure, town and landscape in both watercolour and oil. Trevor has won many awards including the Lord Mayor of London’s Award, Six different awards at the ROI Exhibitions, The Chris Beetles Award at the RWS and the Laing Painting Competition. He exhibits regularly in London, (including the Royal Academy), the provinces and abroad  and has had 20 one-man shows. Trevor has published books on art and featured in British and US television. He is the Vice President of the Royal Institute of Oil Painters, Member of the RSMA, Past President of the Wapping Group of Artists and the Chelsea Art Society. His work is in many public and private collections including Guildhall Art Gallery, London; Hertford Museum; Lord Healy; Lord Hanson;  Marks & Spencer; National Westminster Bank, National Maritime Museum Falmouth; Esther Rantzen and many more.  

 

HUGH CHEVINS (1931-2003)

Venice Sunset

gouache                                                                   5 x 6.5  inches 

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HUGH CHEVINS (1931-2003)

Burano Venice

gouache                                                                   5 x 6.5  inches 

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Hugh Chevins was born in Nottinghamshire in 1931, He studied Painting and History of Art at Twickenham at the Twickenham School of Art before continuing his studies at the Royal Academy where he was awarded both the Ivory and Bronze Medals.
He exhibited throughout the UK, has had a number of One Man Shows in the West End and his work is in the permanent collections of the Rijksmuseum Amsterdam and the Fund for the Republic Museum in New York.
Hugh spent many years in the commercial art world where he was commissioned by ICI, British Rail and Brooke Bond to mention but a few, at the same time producing a host of finely detailed book illustrations.
Over the years his public commissions have included a series of oil paintings for the Science Museum, a fifteen by thirty foot mural for a London School and the restoration of the domed altar ceiling of St. Saviours, Lewisham.

Hugh retired from the commercial world and concentrated on full time painting. He worked entirely in gouache and oil which gave his work an intensity of colour and depth. His studies of land and town scapes all have an emotive edge. The characters seen, the buildings, the atmosphere are all lovingly portrayed with a wryness of wit and a surety of style that immediately attracts the eye.
Hugh died on 18th Dec 2003 from a heart attack. He had been ill and unable to paint for some time prior to his death. He had moved in 2003 and had a new studio built, sadly he was not able to use it.


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