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Above: Artist John Dyer painting in the rainforest of Borneo with endangered orangutans.

The Best of British - Christmas Exhibition

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The Best of British - Christmas Exhibition

Great Britain has an amazing variety of beautiful landscapes and cityscapes. Artists John Dyer and Joanne Short generally focus their paintings on the landscape of Cornwall, but for this new exhibition, both artists have set their sights further afield as well.

The new exhibition will be available to view at the very end of November 2018 and preliminary details are available on the exhibition page now.

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The new paintings in the exhibition are some of the most exciting paintings we have exhibited with a stunning 'London Collection' by Joanne Short which includes many of London's most famous locations and landmarks. The collection of paintings has also been licensed to the British Museum for a new series of art based gifts.

Joanne Short's London paintings are mainly comprised of 12x12 inch canvases which all have a beautiful jewel-like quality to them. 

John Dyer has focused on a series of larger 24x24 inch canvases and has painted one key painting for each location including London, Liverpool, Wells, The Lake District, St Ives, Marazion, Tresco and Blackpool.

We can't wait to reveal all the new paintings and the new art posters that will be based on them soon.

View the Christmas 'The Best of British' exhibition page.