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Pink Roses at Kew, Trevor Waugh
Original Oil Painting
Oil on Canvas
Size: H 91.5cm (36 inches) x W 122cm (48 inches)
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Pink Roses at Kew is an original impressionistic oil painting by Trevor Waugh. The soft pink tones of the roses contrast with the green foliage bringing a layered aspect to the canvas.
Trevor Waugh was born in 1952 and grew up in London. Trevor studied at The Slade School of Fine Art from 1970 -1974 (BA) under the guidance of Sir William Coldstream, Professor of The Slade at the time, Patrick George, Philip Sutton, David Hockney, Euan Uglow and Bernard Cohen. During his time at The Slade he was invited by Sir William Coldstream and Patrick George to exhibit alongside them at The Collegiate Theatre at University College, London, 1971. He was also a contributor to The Young Contemporaries Exhibition at The Royal Academy 1972. Trevor obtained a distinction for his post-graduate certificate in illustration when he studied with Ernest Jones at Croydon College of Art 1978-1979. He went on to work successfully as a freelance illustrator for nine years for most of the major publishers including Penguin, Heinemann, Cassell, Collins and the BBC.
Size: H:91.5 cm x W:122 cm