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A selection of hight quality fine art reproductions, created by Valentine Art. The original artworks were originally part of our Wildworks celebrity art exhibition and auction, which took place at the prestigious Clarendon Fine Art Gallery in London's Mayfair in 2014.
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Original medium: Oil
57 x 46 cms (framed reproduction)
£390 (includes VAT, framing and UK delivery)
Nicky Phillips is best known for her contemporary portraits, having famously painted the first double portrait of HRH Princes William and Harry in 2010, followed by a commission to paint Her Majesty The Queen in 2012. Nicky is also a keen painter of still life and landscapes, drawing inspiration from her love of nature and outdoors.
Original medium: Recycled Fabric and Patchwork
42 x 37 cms (framed reproduction)
£260 (includes VAT, framing and UK delivery)
Freelance artist based in North Wales. Her deep rooted interest in arts and crafts began when she was very young, as did her love of animals. Her creative studies have enabled her to develop a distinctive style, which is often influenced by the beautiful setting of Snowdonia National Park. Josie is also concerned about ecological issues and strives to create beautiful, vibrant and inspirational pieces, which have a minimal impact on the environment.
Original medium: Oil
52 x 43 cms (framed reproduction)
£330 (includes VAT, framing and UK delivery)
Lauren St John grew up on a farm and game reserve in Zimbabwe, where she painted murals on every outbuilding and hundreds of horse pictures. After winning the National Junior Painting Prize at 16, she spent a few weeks at the Ruth Prowse School of Art in Cape Town, before spontaneously moving to the UK to become a pop singer or veterinary nurse. In fact, she ended up becoming the golf correspondent to the Sunday Times and, later, an award winning children’s author. She has continued to paint, with the Cornish landscape around St Ives, and her passion for conservation, a constant inspiration.