Collection: David Curtis ROI RSMA

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  • Sunlit Roofs, Mullion Cove, by David Curtis
    Oil painting by David Curtis of Cadgwith Cove, looking into the sunlight, with the roofs of the harbour buildings lit up, figures on the foreshore at low tide.
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  • Wells Foreshore by David Curtis
    10 x 14 inch oil painting by David Curtis, painted on an overcast day at Wells-Next-the-Sea in Norfolk, showing the gantry of the Customs building jutting out over the harbour wall, with lots of boats moored in the foreground, with figures milling about
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  • Water's Edge, Rutland Water
    A 12 x 12 inch square oil painting of Rutland Water, near Barnsdale, distant headland of hambleton visible beyond the foreground trees, with a single sheep grazing by the shoreline.
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  • Sharp Light in the Beck, by David Curtis
    10 x 12 inch oil painting by David Curtis ROI RSMA, painted on a bright Summer's day, with two Whitby Coble boats in the foreground at low tide, and sunlit buildings set against a vivid blue sky, a painting singing with light.
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  • Stepping Stones, Dovedale, by David Curtis
    Oil painting by David Curtis of Dovedale in Derbyshire, showing the stepping stones that cross the River Dove, with many figures around on a beautiful, sunny, Spring day, with a sunlit tree in the left foreground.
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  • Hill Walkers, Dovedale, by David Curtis
    8 x 12 inch oil painting of a hillside near the stepping stones at Dovedale, painted en plein air, with many figures traversing the steep hillside, with a lively, sunny sky.
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  • Steep Hill, Thurlstone, by David Curtis
    Oil painting of the Yorkshire village of Thurlstone, painted en plein air on a winday day, with lively clouds, various houses taking the eye through the picture plane, downhill into the valley, with distant blue trees in the distant hillside.
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  • Bright Spring Morning, Wortley Hall, by David Curtis
    A dappled path by the pond at Wortley Hall in Yorkshire, with green water, painted in Spring by David Curtis
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  • Deep Snow in Misson by David Curtis
    Oil by David Curtis in Misson, after a heavy snowfall. Shadows and highlights describe the forms of a large tree and hedgerow
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  • By The Old Bridge, Low Bradfield
    Oil painting of Low Bradfield village in Yorkshire, with a boy by the old river bridge, and stone cottages, by David Curtis
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  • Matthew Reading, Gibdyke House by David Curtis
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David Curtis hardly needs any introduction. He is one of the country's finest and best-known painters, and is a member of the Royal Institute of Oil Painters and the Royal Society of Marine Artists and has won numerous awards at both of their annual exhibitions at the Mall galleries, and at other prestigious exhibitions.  David is a great advocate of painting 'en plein air' (on site) and represents the gold standard of modern day 'real' painters, painting before the motif, and his work delineates the benchmark for similar artists to aspire to. His paintings are spellbinding and arresting to the eye, with a certain intangible quality to them. They sing with light, light being what all painters strive to capture, but very, very few manage to achieve in the seemingly effortless manner David does. He is equally at home with oils and watercolours, each medium requiring a very different discipline, but he is a true master of both techniques.  David is generous with his time, demonstrating at various events, and he has written numerous instructional books and has many DVDs to his name, all of which are available in the gallery. He has been a mentor to many artists, this gallery owner included, and when he talks, you listen, and when he paints, you wait eagerly for the incredible work he produces, and he somehow manages to get just that bit more out of a subject than anyone else.  We are indeed, therefore, very proud and extremely honoured to have David exhibit with us and his truly extraordinary paintings are always a feast for the eye to behold. Rejoice, and come and see the work of a painting genius in bucolic Rutland!

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