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Right now we are waiting for new Paul ROBINSON Seascape Art to arrive at the gallery. In the meantime, here is a wider selection of the artist's work featured at the Red Rag British Gallery.

British Artist:
Paul ROBINSON

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British Artist Paul ROBINSON - Ivy is in the Shelter
British Artist Paul ROBINSON - A Romantic First Date Beside the Sea British Artist Paul ROBINSON - A Very Chilly Windy Day
British Artist Paul ROBINSON - Woman with Basket of Fish
 


 

 

Art by Paul ROBINSON

A Very Chilly Windy Day
Paul ROBINSON - A Very Chilly Windy Day

British Art and Artists at Red Rag Gallery
Artist: Paul ROBINSON

Paul Robinson was born in Penrith, Cumbria in 1959. He grew up in the Cumbrian village of Lazonby, in the heart of the Eden Valley and later studied Fine Art at Carlisle College of Art.

After graduating Paul Robinson moved to London he began a successful career as a freelance illustrator, working for many leading publications such as the Sunday Times, Radio Times and Time Out magazine. He also continued painting in oils and acrylics, developing his strong style, inspired by the streets of London.

After a number of years spent on illustrations Paul Robinson decided to concentrate on full time painting. Working from his eighth floor flat in a tower block in Tottenham, literally overlooking White Hart Lane football ground, Paul pursued the themes of the 'City and its people' , from the anonymous workers and architecture of the Square Mile, to the tourists in Trafalgar Square, working towards his first London art exhibition in the early nineties.

Returning full time to painting, Paul Robinson developed his distinct style. Working in oil, he started producing a heavily textured ''impasto'' approach to his art work. He continued to be inspired by an endless fascination for London subjects and architecture.

In 1999 Paul Robinson left London to live in East Anglia. Paul now regularly commutesť to London to get new reference material. His art work continues to look at the hustle and bustle of the City and the lost figures amongst the City crowds capturing a passing moment in time. The subjects unaware they have just inspired a piece of art. He is also producing new art works inspired by the East Anglian landscape with great expanse of sea and sky. But with not a city worker in sight, Paul has now turned his attention to the character subjects on his door-step to fuel his imagination.

Paul Robinson''s modern art work is included in private, corporate and public collections both in the UK and abroad. In addition to Red Rag British Art Gallery Paul Robinson has exhibited at other British Art Galleries. Each painting at Red Rag is sourced from the Paul Robinson artist studio and like all Red Rag Modern British art and Contemporary art it can be shipped worldwide.

This is the Seascape art page from Red Rag British Art Gallery featuring the best in contemporary British art. Throughout the year Red Rag features British art from artists who specialise in creating fine Seascape paintings. Today is no exception you will find Red Rag British Art Gallery has an extensive collection of Seascape art and paintings by leading contemporary artists.

Human beings have always had an intimate relationship with the water. Given the amount of the earth’s surface which is covered in water and the often unpredictable and life-changing nature of the sea, it is little wonder that seascapes have been such a popular subject for so long and no surprise that seascape paintings have an important place in the history of art.

Seascape paintings have a long history in both the Eastern and Western worlds.The walls of homes have been adorned with seascape paintings since the art of the secular painting first began to overtake religious works in numbers and importance.

As a country with an extensive coastline, paintings of seascapes have always had a special attraction to British artists. All the seascape paintings at Red Rag showcase the talent of British painters and their ability to depict changing light on water and rapidly altering climatic conditions. Many of the British artists who have painted these seascape paintings are also talented landscape painters, or worked in other genres as well as seascapes, such as still life or portraiture.

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