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Here at Garners, we specialise in 18th, 19th and 20th century portraits and paintings. Our unique selection of antique oil paintings that are on offer are high quality pieces of fine art for every serious collector, trader or if you just appreciate fine art.
Our collection of antique paintings for sale is an elegant and decorative addition to any home or gallery. These paintings are beautiful examples of their era and offer enthusiasts and traders a piece of history.
We only have a small selection of paintings available to view on our website but we have a number of other pieces which are not shown. This is because we understand the importance of keeping certain pieces of art away from the Internet to protect their value. We have over 50 years of experience within the Fine Art trade, so we have access to private collections and many other artworks that we simply are unable to photograph and publish on our website.
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Irish artist Ken Moroney was born on the 14th February 1949 in South London. Of Anglo Irish parentage, his father was typical of his generation and worried about Ken’s artistic temperament which he viewed as effeminate. As a result Ken took up boxing and won a gold medal for South London in his teens. His art continued to flourish with his trademark striking use of colour. His main medium is oils and he favours romantic subjects of Edwardian times.
Ken has travelled extensively and spent two years working for major galleries in New York. The Royal Academy nominated him in 1976 as being one of the few promising young artists to emerge this century: "Ken Moroney has considerable talent, any painting purchased now can only be seen as a sound long term investment."
Ken Moroneys work now hangs in many important collections and has had paintings exhibited at The Royal Academy (London), The Beau (Paris) and the Kline Galleries (Canada). Kens work has also been exhibited in Frost and Read, Bourne Gallery, Hollywood Road Gallery, Thompson's Gallery, Gallery Kaleidoscope, David Messum's Gallery, John Davies in Stowe-on-the-Would, Duncan Miller London and American Connection. More recently exhibited at the Arts Club, 40 Dover Street, Mayfair, London.
Pamela Noyes has been painting East Anglian landscapes for many years and has exhibited regularly in that area. She has also exhibited at the Royal Academy; The malcolm Innes Gallery, London; The Guildhall, City of London; Heffers Gallery, Cambridge; The Assembly House, Norwich.
She is a member of the East Anglian Group of Maritime artists.
Pamela Noyes readily admits to having a spiritual relationship with her subject and this is reflected in the depth of her work her particular forte being that of marsh and sky.
Geoffrey Chatten was born in Gorleston-on-Sea, Norfolk in 1938. A keen interest in nature led to his first job with the Forestry Commission. In 1960 he was encouraged to start painting and has been a professional painter ever since.
Painting landscapes, seascapes and coastal scenes in oil, over the past 30 years Chatten has developed and mastered a technique of painting which is completely his own. The intimate quality of his work displays a freedom of personal expression and exploration and his paintings show a great ability to capture the feeling and atmosphere of his subject.
Still living and working in Norfolk, Chatten exhibits regularly in East Anglia, nationally and internationally. Chatten is an associate member of The Royal Society of British Artists. Exhibited at: The Royal Academy, The Royal Society of British Artists, The Maritime Trust, The Royal Institute of Oil Painters.