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A Short Film (12 minutes) about New Orleans, including Mardi Gras 2013 and zydeco in Louisiana

            

A Short Film (4minutes) about Street Music in San Francisco, including a demo against the XLKeystone pipeline

                         

A Short Film (2 minutes)set to Honegger's Pacific231 about a train journey from New Orleans to LA.

            

Video on You Tube of interview with LORD BATH talking about the portrait. From Animal Park at Longleat House, with KATE HUMBLE.

A portrait of the MARQUESS of BATH and his dog Boudica

THE GOLDEN MEAN 1.One of three paintings on the Divine Proportion

THE GOLDEN MEAN 2.One of three paintings on the Divine Proportion

THE GOLDEN MEAN 3.One of three paintings on the Divine Proportion

A portrait of Annie and Isabella Muir with Ash and Molly

A portrait of Dido Grattan

Commissioned copies of ANCESTRAL FAMILY PORTRAITS with eleven new copies of the EDGEWORTH portraits in their antique frames

IMAGES from WILTSHIRE CHURCHES - pages from the book

THE VILLAGE IN THE CLOUDS - a roofscape of Longleat House in the Snow

A portrait of JULIAN BREAM and DJANGO

A portrait of the former BISHOP of BATH and WELLS

A portrait of the writer MARIO READING

A portrait of CLAUDIA READING

PORTRAIT of the RACEHORSE - 'Might as Well'

MISCELLANY - ten limited edition giclée prints

STILL LIFE - Some of Sir Simon and Lady Rasch's Favourite Objects

IMAGES of ITALY - twelve limited edition giclée prints

ETCHINGS as Limited Edition Ciglée Prints

GIRL in a KIMONO - five limited edition giclée prints

INTIMATE LANDSCAPES - six limited edition giclée prints

ENGLISH LANDSCAPES - twelve limited edition giclée prints.

Recent Paintings

Twelve oil on gesso monochrome LANDSCAPES

PORTRAIT Commissions - STILL LIFES and LANDSCAPES

EXPLANATORY NOTES, and how to CONTACT me

Diana de Vere Cole's Biographical Study of Sir Frank Brangwyn

SEVEN DAYS AT BUSSENTO: Portrait photographs of the hosts and guests at Casa Bussento on the Gulf of Policastro, Italy

Memoir by 'Dickie' Diana Olivier of her drawing hop-pickers in Kent in 1937

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