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Camellias and a Dish of Plums

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Lynne Cartlidge
Camellias and a Dish of Plums
Original Still Life Painting
Oil Paint on Board
Signed
Image Size: H 32cm x W 42cm
Framed Size: H 49.2cm x W 58.3cm x D 7cm
Sold Framed in a Soft Grey Wooden Frame
(Please note that in situ images are purely an indication of how a piece may look.)

Camellias and a Dish of Plums is an original still life painting by Lynne Cartlidge who loves to paint flowers in season. These particular flowers came from a city lane near where she lives.

Lynne Cartlidge’s art works are carefully selected by ex-Christie’s art specialist Deborah Allan our Chief Art Cuarator. Lynne Cartlidge’s subjects are usually common everyday items – fruit and flowers, teacups, interior views or light streaming in from outside. Her work is unusual and subtle, suffused with light with the objects sometimes appearing barely there. The paintings are both understated and engaging. Born in New Zealand, when her parents emigrated for a while in the sixties, Lynne then grew up in Cornwall between 1967 and 1984, studying at Falmouth Art College and then Cardiff Art College where she attained a Bachelor of Arts (Honours) Fine Art degree and was selected for the Whitworth Young Contemporaries. Lynne is settled in Wales and retains links with Cornwall where she has family. She was recently awarded funding by the Arts Council of Wales to study with the Cornish painter Alice Mumford. Lynne Cartlidge was elected a member of the Royal Cambrian Academy of the Arts in Wales early 2017.

Size: H:32 cm x W:42 cm

Lynne Cartlidge artist offers original oil paintings for sale with Wychwood Art. Lynne Cartlidge's art works are carefully selected by ex-Christie's art specialist Deborah Allan our Chief Art Cuarator. Lynne Cartlidge's subjects are usually common everyday items – fruit and flowers, teacups, interior views or light streaming in from outside. Her work is unusual and subtle, suffused with light with the objects sometimes appearing barely there. The paintings are both understated and engaging. Born in New Zealand, when her parents emigrated for a while in the sixties, Lynne then grew up in Cornwall between 1967 and 1984, studying at Falmouth Art College and then Cardiff Art College where she attained a Bachelor of Arts (Honours) Fine Art degree and was selected for the Whitworth Young Contemporaries. Lynne is settled in Wales and retains links with Cornwall where she has family. She was recently awarded funding by the Arts Council of Wales to study with the Cornish painter Alice Mumford. Lynne Cartlidge was elected a member of the Royal Cambrian Academy of the Arts in Wales early 2017. If you would like to discuss any art works by artist Lynne Cartlidge please contact Deborah at deborah@wychwoodart.com or call 07799 535765.

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