St Eustace

My recent visit to Richmond Park I was reminded of the painting of The Vision of St Eustace by Pisanello in the National Gallery, which I drew some while ago. I bought a… Continue reading

Titus Andronicus at the Globe

Some sketches made from the yard of the Globe Theatre yesterday. Warning: Spoiler Alert! This production of Titus Andronicus has got a lot of press for live blood and gore, so this fits in… Continue reading

Men of the Docks by George Bellows

I really enjoyed seeing the George Bellows exhibition at the Royal Academy last year. I’ve always enjoyed but never quite been driven by Edward Hopper, Bellow’s more famous contemporary American artist. But discovering Bellows… Continue reading

The Palm House at Kew

I’m really enjoying being back in the suburbs and re-visiting old haunts. And so to Kew Gardens again, I made several drawings of it years ago when I was mainly working in pen.… Continue reading

Cacti at Kew

After a lot of time teaching and not much time drawing and painting, it’s been good to get the brushes out and do some painting from observation at Kew Gardens. This was supposed to… Continue reading

Fellows at St John’s College

Last year I received an interesting and challenging private commission from my former college, St John’s in Cambridge. A group of senior fellows asked me to make a drawing of their group at… Continue reading

Sketches from Richmond Park

Humpty Dumpty goes to New York

I’ve had a few commissions that have kept me busy recently, amongst them a rather interesting illustration project. The Elephant Family is famous for parading large herds of colourful painted elephants across London and in… Continue reading

Group Show: The New & Old East London Group at the Town House

It’s rather appropriate that my long overdue post revisits the last. Summer was a busy whirlwind of relocating and changing jobs, and it has taken me a long time to settle back into… Continue reading

The Mudlark and his dog

A few weeks ago I was drawing with a small group around the South Bank and instead of drawng the architecture I was mesmerised by this Mudlark and his dog, who I later… Continue reading

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