Simeon Stafford

Simeon Stafford Simeon Stafford was born in Dukinfield in 1956. At the age of 14 Stafford met L.S Lowry who encouraged him to paint; as a young artist, Stafford's landscapes were similar to the gritty northern landscape of L.S.Lowry and other English northern artists. When Simeon later moved to Cornwall in 1966, the influence of his northern roots fused with the magnetism of West Penwith to create expressionism within his work that is both powerful and alluring. His work is comparable to that of the late artist Fred Yates; he charmingly combines reality and imagination with many of his paintings. Widely regarded as one of the country's leading living artists, Stafford exhibited at the Royal Academy in 2001 and his work can also be found in numerous private collections, including those of her Majesty Queen.


Evening Stroll St Ives


30 x 40 cms

Ref. 17206


£1,500.00



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Fifi And Toto


11 x 28 cms

Ref. 17209


Sold



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On the Lampost


10 x 8 ins

Oil

Ref. 16361


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St Ives


39 x 29 cms

Oil on board

Ref. 18546


£1,200.00



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St Michaels Mount


23 x 27 cms

Oil on board

Ref. 18545


£1,000.00



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Summer Time St Michaels Mount


20 x 26 cms

Ref. 17207


£900.00



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The Lover


20 x 40 cms

Ref. 17208


Sold



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View Of The Island


61 x 61 cms

Ref. 17205


£3,000.00



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Visitors Day At The Port


19 x 24 cms

Oil on board

Ref. 18544


£900.00



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