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Tony Westmore artist Cowes Isle of Wight. Art for home and workplace for sale. All subjects country, town, rural, portraits, landscapes, seascapes, transport etc. in oils, watercolour and acrylic. Commissions taken from individuals business. Art for corporate, hotels, municipal, offices, spa, yacht clubs, retail etc. Impressionist and more detailed styles.
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Schaan Neutrik HQ

Schaan Neutrik HQ

SOLD - Occaisionally I get commissions from companies for publicity material. Here is one of the Netrik companyy headquarters building with with overlays of several of theit products.

 
Seaview - Happy Days

Seaview - Happy Days

SOLD - The Seaview Yacht Club was established in 1893 and sailing has taken place off the clubhouse ever since. It is an unusual club in that it owns a fleet of keel boats known as Mermaids. The fleet is available to charter and throughout the summer the boats are sailed regularly - often three times a day, every day. Members also sail the boats both in the evenings midweek and over the weekends. The club is also home to a fleet of clinker built dinghies. These are called Seaview One Designs or SVODs and the fleet was founded in 1931. The fleet is now just under 200 in number and is the largest one-design fleet on the South coast.

 
Shalfleet - Winter Lay-ups

Shalfleet - Winter Lay-ups

FOR SALE - Shalfleet Quay is located on Shalfleet Lake, which forms part of the many estuaries which form Newtown Creek. There is a small boatyard there and boats are stored there for the winter period.

 
Shalfleet glimpse of the sun

Shalfleet glimpse of the sun

SOLD - A summer view down Shalfleet Lake towards the setting sun. Shalfleet Quay is one of those quiet havens off the beaten track and known mostly to sailors. The creek faces The Solent and access is down a rough track leading from Mill Lane which starts in Shalfleet village centre.

 
Shalfleet Quay

Shalfleet Quay

FOR SALE - A summer view of Shalfleet Quay at high tide.

 
Shanklin Sands

Shanklin Sands

FOR SALE - Shanklin beach looking towards the wooded Shanklin Down. Shanklin used to have a pier, but this was destroyed in the Great Storm of 1987. The pier formerly had a theatre at which many famous performers appeared, including Paul Robeson, Richard Tauber and Arthur Askey (whose daughter attended a local boarding school called Upper Chine School for Girls). The Summerland Amusement Arcade on the seafront was formerly a seaplane hangar positioned at Bembridge where it housed Fairey Campania seaplanes of the Nizam of Hyderabad's Squadron.Much of the seafront was cleared in World War Two bombing. Shanklin Chine is open to the public for a small fee and continues up to Rylstone Gardens in the Old Village. It contains a small section of the pipe of the "Operation Pluto" pipeline which ran across the Isle of Wight and out from Shanklin and another branch from Sandown to supply fuel to the D-Day beaches.

 
Shorwell cottages

Shorwell cottages

FOR SALE - Shorwell is a small village on the Isle of Wight near Newport. This pretty village has three handsome Manor Houses and lies in a wooded valley beneath the bare surrounding downland. The village has many old houses and cottages, many of which are listed.

 
Solva Pembrokeshire

Solva Pembrokeshire

FOR SALE - Solva lies on the north side of St Bride's Bay, in North Pembrokeshire in the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park and on the Pembrokeshire Coast Path. It lies on a deep valley at the mouth of the River Solva. In the valley is Lower Solva, consisting of a long street ending at the small harbour. Most of the modern development has been in Upper Solva, on the cliff top to the west of the harbour. The rocks at the entrance to Solva Harbour made it one of the most sheltered anchorages between Fishguard and Milford Haven. Solva became the main trading centre of St Bride's Bay in the medieval period, and was important for lime burning. Several lime kilns are preserved in the harbour area. In the 19th century, Solva had around 30 registered trading ships. The fading coastal trade has been replaced by tourism, and the harbour is now a popular boating centre.

 
St Catherines

St Catherines

SOLD - St Catherine's Lighthouse is situated in Niton at the southern tip of the Isle of Wight and was built in 1838 following the loss of The Clarendon ship on rocks near to the present location. It has 94 steep steps up to the lantern and the height of the tower now is 27 metres. It was 13 meters higher but due to problems with mist capping the lighthouse it was decided to lower the top tower by 7 meters and the middle tower by 6 meters in 1875. An accident took place at the station during the Second World War, on 1st June 1943. A bomb landed directly on the engine house killing the three keepers who were on duty and had taken shelter there. Their last log can be seen in the log book on show in the lighthouse and a sixty year old Union Jack flag is still displayed on a wall opposite as a mark of respect.

 
St George's Grenada Market Day

St George's Grenada Market Day

FOR SALE - Grenada's market is one of the most colourful in the Caribbean. It is at its very most colourful on Saturday mornings: full to bursting, bustling, all tables laden with fruit, vegetables and, this being Grenada, spices. All set out on (usually) rickety tables, shaded (more or less) by colourful umbrellas.

 
St Helens - The Duver

St Helens - The Duver

FOR SALE - View towards yachts in Bembridgr Harbour from the Duver. A duver (pronounced to rhyme with cover) is an Isle of Wight dialect term for an area of sand dunes. The name has become part of place names on the Isle of Wight. There are relatively few dunes on the Isle of Wight, and some have been reclaimed or otherwise lost, meaning that some places which bear the name duver are no longer sand dunes. The largest surviving example is St Helens Duver which gives shelter to the yachts in Bembridge Harbour. The first golf course on the island was located on the Duver but now the area is a popular sheltered beach, cafe and beach huts.

 
St Ives - Low Tide

St Ives - Low Tide

FOR SALE - Impressionist view of St Ives at low tide. St Ives is a seaside town, civil parish and port in Cornwall. The town lies north of Penzance and west of Camborne on the coast of the Celtic Sea. In former times it was commercially dependent on fishing. The decline in fishing, however, caused a shift in commercial emphasis and the town is now primarily a popular holiday resort, notably achieving the award 'Best UK Seaside Town' from the British Travel Awards in both 2010 and 2011. The modern seaside resort developed as a result of the arrival of the St Ives Bay branch line from St Erth, part of the Great Western Railway in 1877. With it came a new generation of Victorian seaside holidaymakers. Much of the town was built during the latter part of the 19th century. The railway, which winds along the cliffs and bays, survived the Beeching axe and has become a tourist attraction itself.

 
St Martin - Ile de Re

St Martin - Ile de Re

FOR SALE - Fishing boats in the harbour at Saint Martin de Re on the Ile de Re, an island off the west coast of France near La Rochelle. In 1987, a 3 kilometer bridge was built to connect the island to the mainland. Before that, the island was connected through roll-on roll-off ferries which could accommodate vehicles and passengers. The easier transportation system has stimulated the purchase of holiday homes by people from major cities from the French West, and up to Paris, who can visit for week-ends, mostly in spring and summer.

 
St Michaels Mount Cornwall

St Michaels Mount Cornwall

FOR SALE - St Michael's Mount, also known colloquially by locals as simply the Mount, is a small tidal island in Mount's Bay, Cornwall, United Kingdom. The island is a civil parish and is linked to the town of Marazion by a man-made causeway of granite setts, passable between mid-tide and low water. It is managed by the National Trust, and the castle and chapel have been the home of the St Aubyn family since approximately 1650. The earliest buildings, on the summit, date to the 12th century, the harbour is 15th century and the village and summit buildings were rebuilt from 1860 to 1900, to give the island its current form. Its Cornish language name — literally, "the grey rock in a wood" — may represent a folk memory of a time before Mount's Bay was flooded, indicating a description of the Mount set in woodland. Remains of trees have been seen at low tides following storms on the beach at Perranuthnoe, but radiocarbon dating established the submerging of the hazel wood at about 1700 BC. Historically, St Michael's Mount was a Cornish counterpart of Mont Saint-Michel in Normandy, France (which shares the same tidal island characteristics and the same conical shape), when it was given to the Benedictines, religious order of Mont Saint-Michel, by Edward the Confessor in the 11th century. St Michael's Mount is one of forty-three (unbridged) tidal islands that one can walk to from mainland Britain. Part of the island was designated as a Site of Special Scientific Interest in 1995 for its geology.

 
Staithes Rooftops

Staithes Rooftops

FOR SALE - Staithes is a seaside village in North Yorkshire, The village was home to a group of twenty to thirty artists known as the "Staithes group" or the "Northern Impressionists." The group contained renowned artists such as Edward E. Anderson, Joseph R. Bagshawe, Thomas Barrett and James W. Booth and was inspired by other impressionists such as Monet, Cezanne and Renoir. Dame Laura Knight became the most famous member of the Staithes Group; she and her husband and fellow painter Harold Knight kept a studio in the village. I visited Staithes during a holiday several years ago and this painting resulted from a sketch made during my visit. It was originally a miners town, but sadly due to the pit closures the town houses are now mainly used as holiday homes

 
Still Life with Flowers 1

Still Life with Flowers 1

FOR SALE - Still life with flowers.

 
Still life with Flowers 2

Still life with Flowers 2

FOR SALE - Still life with flowers.

 
Sunderland Calshot

Sunderland Calshot

FOR SALE - The Short S25 Sunderland was a British flying boat patrol bomber developed for the Royal Air Force (RAF) by Short Brothers. It took its service name from the town (latterly, city) and port of Sunderland in northeast England. Based in part upon the S.23 Empire flying boat, the flagship of Imperial Airways, the S.25 was extensively re-engineered for military service. It was one of the most powerful and widely used flying boats throughout the Second World War,[1] and was involved in countering the threat posed by German U-boats in the Battle of the Atlantic. RAF Sunderlands also saw service throughout the Korean War and continued in service until 1959. It also took part in the Berlin airlift. Sunderlands remained in service with the Royal New Zealand Air Force (RNZAF) until 1967. Sunderlands converted for civil use, known as Short Sandringhams, continued in airline operation until 1974. Royal Air Force Calshot or more simply RAF Calshot was initially a seaplane and flying boat station, and latterly a Royal Air Force marine craft maintenance and training unit. It was located at the end of Calshot Spit in Southampton Water, Hampshire, England. It was the main seaplane/flying boat development and training unit in the UK, with the landing area sheltered by the mainland, to the west, north and east, and the Isle of Wight, a few miles away to the south on the other side of the Solent.

 
Tallinn - The Old Square

Tallinn - The Old Square

SOLD - Town Hall Square has been a market place and the centre of this old Hanseatic town since the Middle Ages. It became the centre of the Lower Town at the turn of the 13th and 14th centuries. As a square it plays an important role today as well - in summer it is filled with outdoor cafes, plays host to the Old Town Days and other medieval festivals, is a venue for open air concerts and fairs and more. In winter it becomes a magical Christmas market, the centrepiece of which is a towering spruce tree. The tradition of celebrating Christmas festivities here dates back to 1441, when the Brotherhood of the Blackheads are thought to have erected the world's very first Christmas tree.

 
Taroudant Morocco - the Souk 1

Taroudant Morocco - the Souk 1

FOR SALE - Taroudant is a Moroccan city located in the Sous Valley in the southern part of the country. It is situated east of Agadir and south of Marrakech. It is called the "Grandmother of Marrakech" because it looks like a smaller Marrakech with its surrounding ramparts. In the sixteenth century the Saadians briefly used Taroudant as a capital, before they moved onwards to Marrakech. Today it has the feel of a small fortified market town on a caravan route.The city is known for its local crafts, including jewelry and carpets. Unlike Marrakech, almost the entire city of Taroudant is located inside its walls. This painting resulted from a sketch I made in the market whilst on an excursion from Agadir, a port of call on a recent cruise

 

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